Being a

better friend

to yourself

Being a

better friend

to yourself

“Having lived my life on the basis of self-esteem, discovering unconditional self-worth was a whole new adventure.”

 – John Niland

Do you feel a constant sense of anxiety about how you are perceived? Are you questioning your life or your value? Do you want to have more impact?

What can the Self-Worth Academy do for me?

Attend an Event

Meet in person with other like-minded individuals to help you on your journey. We’ll continue to add events.

Get some Coaching

If you would like motivation and 1:1 assistance, John Niland coaches on self-worth as do other experts (associates).

Join the next Online Safari

If you can’t attend an event in person but are keen to learn more, join our bi-weekly online self-worth safari calls.  

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Read (or contribute to) the Self-Worth Academy Blog:

 

5 reasons why we need self-worth in the workplace

I’ve been prompted to write this post as, during August, I’ve heard three real-life stories about bullying at work. One by a senior manager, one by a client, one by a new Programme Director eager to prove himself. Before you ask, two were male and one was...

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Self-Esteem and Self-Worth

Thousands of books have been written about relationships. From How to Win Friends and Influence People to finding love to impacting others: our relationships have long preoccupied our minds. Our relationship with ourselves, too, has come under close...

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Are You Deserving of Self-Love?

There’s a lot written about self-love and self-compassion. Kristin Neff’s book on the subject is a classic, and I also appreciate Michael Germer’s book on Mindful Self-Compassion. Both books make good reading for anyone struggling with self-love. Nevertheless, I still...

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