Imagine feeling happier and more confident without changing a single thing about yourself.
That’s what can happen when you learn to embrace and use the strengths you already have.
Whether you feel horrible about yourself or just a little insecure, you can feel better. You can:
• Be kinder to yourself
• Be more comfortable in your own body
• Feel more confident with other people
• Feel more connected to your work or to your studies
• Discover a greater sense of purpose for your life
• Live the life you are meant to live
How is this possible?
We all have stories in our heads that define who we are and how we engage the world. Sometimes those thoughts are positive and uplifting, but often they’re negative and demeaning. Learning to believe in and play to your strengths helps to turn your inner narrative into one that’s supportive and kind. You start to become your own best friend – or at least a neutral supporter.
I’m living proof of this, but you don’t have to take my word for it. I’ve worked with hundreds of people – from kids to CEOs – over the past decade and here’s what some of them have to say:
“I feel like I’ve been given a tool kit for the rest of my life.” G.N.
“Working with Kristen Carter over the past two months has been an enormously positive and energizing experience. Kristen is a warm and inspiring person who skillfully brings her intellect, her understanding of life, and valuable coaching tools into her coaching sessions. I have been amazed at how many actions, through Kristen’s guidance, I have taken in a relatively short space of time to change and improve various aspects of my life. This personal growth has been remarkably gratifying.” A.F.
“Coaching comes naturally to Kristen. It’s a gift which I feel privileged to be benefitting from and a gift that I would highly recommend to anyone wishing to advance their life or career path.” C.A.
“Thank you, you’ve already started to empower me!” B.L.
If you like how this sounds, here’s what you can do:
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