WHAT IS SELF-WORTH?
Self-worth is a deep belief in your inherent value as a person, from a position of unconditional friendship with yourself. You don’t earn self-worth by doing worthy things: you already have it.
WHY IS SELF-WORTH IMPORTANT?
Our current culture of the “optimized” self is creating a fair share of problems. For example, a nagging sense of insecurity, a lot of energy spent proving ourselves, sometimes even depression, often with quite successful people, whose experience is a sense of disappointment with themselves.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF SELF-WORTH ACADEMY?
To provide a learning space where people can deepen self-worth and translate this into practical living: as entrepreneurs, managers and professionals. We particularly want to empower those doing development work with others, e.g. young people. Through practical webinars, coaching and training, our purpose is to enhance your capacity to act and have an impact in the world.
“What we must decide is how we are valuable, rather than how valuable we are”
– Edgar Z. Friedenberg
WHAT SELF-WORTH ACADEMY CAN DO FOR YOU
Attend an Event
Meet either in person or online with other like-minded individuals to help you on your journey.
If you would like motivation and 1:1 assistance, John Niland coaches on self-worth as do other experts (associates).
Become a Licensee
Week-long coach training program, firmly rooted in unconditional self-worth rather than in conditional self-esteem.
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