Ever feel like you’re missing that key ingredient called self esteem? Or maybe you’ve got it sometimes but it just won’t stick? Many, if not most, ADHD’ers struggle to sustain lasting self-esteem and confidence. When strong self-esteem is missing, it’s hard to let in compliments, negotiate salary or ask for what you really want — that is, if you even know what that is.
Society tells us we should “build,” “raise” or “get” self-esteem. What if that just keeps us on a never-ending, self-esteem gerbil wheel?
- How self-esteem and confidence are different
- Challenge old school beliefs around “raising” self-esteem
- Learn a new, pioneering approach to navigating self-esteem and
- Gain tools for creating the sustainable self-esteem you’ve been longing for.
Be sure to register for this amazing, fun event!!
Who: Dr. Miriam Reiss, DSS, MCC
Dr. Miriam Reiss has been coaching people around their careers, brains and lives for over two decades. Miriam learned she had ADD at the age of 42. Miriam’s spoken at ADDA’s annual Conference, served on the ACO Board, and given webinars and talks for many ADHD organizations. Miriam has a masters in Applied Psychology, a doctorate, and academic degrees from Cornell and Columbia Universities. She’s certified by the International Coaching Federation as an MCC-level, Master Coach. And, Miriam’s the author of a brand new book, “Precious You: Clearing The Path To Higher Self-Esteem.” Let’s welcome Dr. Miriam Reiss to tonight’s webinar!