It can feel challenging to set goals for yourself in the current uncertainty that is our world.
But setting goals can help us have purpose and that drive to jump out of bed in the morning.
So join Anita in this session to find out a new way of looking at goal setting in 2021!
In this session we’re going to create smart-ER goals that you can truly connect with, making them easier to achieve.
So, if you’ve found it a bit difficult to set goals this year, come along and create the outcomes you actually want (instead of the ones everyone, including you, says you should)…
What will we cover?
Together we will learn:
- The secret sauce that makes goal ‘sticky’ – so you’ll want to keep at them
- Why ‘old skool’ goal setting hasn’t worked, and how you can turn it around
- How you can use ‘brain pain’ to help you achieve the impossible
What to bring
- Closed Captions
- Discounted Early Bird Tickets
- Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
- Auslan Interpreters Upon Request
Who will be teaching?
Anita van Rooyen (she/her) is a Confidence Hacker. That means she delivers clever solutions to the tricky problem of low self confidence, (which often shows up as decision phobia, shyness, the not good enoughs, ranting self talk, procrastination, self judgement etc) to help anyone create their life extraordinary.
Formerly the ‘shyest person in the universe’ she knew there had to be ways of better ways of becoming a more confident human. So over 10 plus years, she learned the fast (two steps forward), the slow (one step forward) and the downright useless (three steps backward) tools and thinking, so that instead of continuing to do the cha cha of personal development, she could achieve accelerated confidence.
It’s meant that she’s now been able to travel solo to weird places (like couch surfing in Syria, Jordan & Egypt), meet incredible people in Iran, decide to start up her own confidence hacking business and now as the Confidence Hacker she’s helped hundreds of other people to do the same… to live a life extraordinary.
Any questions or other accessibility requests? Feel free to email delsi (she/her) at email@example.com.