Spend an hour with me and learn how to tame your Inner Critic so you can live a more joyful and fulfilling life, unhampered by self-critical attacks that drain your energy and stop you from creating good in the world.
In this group workshop you'll get a fresh perspective on your Inner Critic, so you can:
↬ recognise it when it next appears ↬ understand its primary role in your life and the problems it can cause ↬ gain specific tools for how to separate from it
in order to
↬ enjoy a sense of self-esteem and confidence ↬ have the positive impact you're meant to have in the world
Identifying and separating from the Inner Critic helps people in numerous ways, some of which are listed below:
Wake up excited and energetic about the day ahead
Have more resilience
More confidence and self-belief
Less procrastination, more purposeful action
Experience more love and compassion for yourself
Improved health generally, physical and mental
Feeling more positive and taking more positive action
Better work-life balance
More courage to take risks
Increased emotional intelligence
This online group workshop includes:
✧ 60-minute interactive video class with the core teaching ✧ 60-minute group Q&A call to answer your specific Inner Critic related questions ✧ Handout document for the practical exercises you will be guided to do ✧ Recordings of both calls sent to all registered
The first call will focus on teaching content, as well as practical exercises you can work with right away. Then, you're invited back the following week to ask questions, share your experiences with implementing the teaching, and get some focused coaching from me in a group setting.
(This will be an online video class which you can watch without showing a video of yourself.)
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If you register after the live online class has taken place, you will get the recording immediately upon registering.
Otherwise, A RECORDING will be sent out within 48hrs to everyone registered, so you can take the class at your own pace if you can't attend live.
But live sessions are more fun, and you'll have opportunity to contribute your thoughts and ask questions!
"I found working with Mojca a transformative experience. I have worked with my inner critics before during therapy, and during my coaching training, as well as reading many self-development books over the years, but this experience with Mojca was something different. "
Lynne Cheetham, Creativity Coach
All of the teachings, Q&A call, recordings of both sessions, and handout document for just
Do we all have an Inner Critic ?
Inner Critic is that critical inner voice that causes you to feel bad about yourself and doubt your abilities.
It has you pass up opportunities and then beats you up about it.
It lets you know at every opportunity that it thinks you're not good enough and that things won't work out because you just don't have it in you, or you don't deserve it.
Most if not all people have an Inner Critic, although it does vary in intensity.
Oftentimes people aren't even aware of the Critic within and simply accept what it's saying as the truth.
Because most of us do have an Inner Critic, even if you’re not aware of it, it's causing damage to your sense of self-worth and self-confidence, and often negatively impacting the actions you take (and don’t take).
It's not fun being attacked by the Inner Critic all the time!
Why am I teaching this class ?
Identifying and separating from my own Inner Critic has been an enlightening albeit often difficult process which has served me tremendously in my personal and professional growth.
Nearly 10 years ago I trained in the psychological framework of multiple selves or voices within our personality and have used it in my life ever since. In all of my personal development journey this is the most powerful approach I have found, and I’ve also used it in my coaching with great success.
You can read more on the private sessions of this modality called Voice Dialogue that I offer here.
It’s always a process, but engaging in this work has helped me take courageous action, pursue my passions, be much more at peace with myself, and live my life more fully as a result.
In this online class, I will guide you to tame your own Inner Critic so you can lessen the damage it does to your sense of self and so you can live a life feeling good about yourself and your place in this world.
Our world needs more people living on purpose and feeling good about it, and this is why I do what I do as a coach.
Is this workshop for you?
It’s for you if you recognise some of the traits of the Inner Critic within you, and you no longer wish to be held back from living your fullest life by its dis-empowering statements.
In this workshop you'll learn how to identify the messages of your Inner Critic, understand its primary role in your life, and learn specific tools to start separating from the Critic in order to create emotional well-being, which positively impacts all areas of your life.
Have more questions about this workshop ?
Please get in touch here if you have any questions about this workshop. I love hearing from people interested in my work!
Satisfaction & Refund Policy
I want you to be satisfied working with me, so I offer 100% money-back guarantee. If you’re not completely satisfied, the fee is refundable within 14 days of the end of this workshop. Just email me here to let me know.
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"I had a session with Mojca a few days ago to process and think through an incident that left me feeling upset and confused.
She held a beautiful space, in which all the parts of me could feel safe, heard, validated and listened to.
By the end of the session I had so much more clarity about what had REALLY happened in that upsetting event. There was so much going on "under the surface" that my conscious mind was not aware of.
I was judging myself and my behaviour and felt like "I did it all wrong" before we started. And by the end of our time together I felt calm, collected, AMAZED at what was revealed, and had so much more understanding and compassionate for myself and my behaviour.
It was so valuable and helpful. I highly recommend sessions with Mojca!"
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