This is a group for people who are interested in personal development, self-help, or self improvement. You could be someone who is already self-confident and motivated. As long as you are determined to be even more self-confident and motivated, then this group is for you.
We will also address why people lose self-confidence and motivation in this group. For instance, after a painful breakup, many people lose self-confidence; and after failed expectations, many people lose motivation.
We will have free weekly meetings at the Dianetics & Scientology Life Improvement Center in Sacramento, where we will learn and discuss practical and workable tools for increasing our self-confidence and motivation.
Feel free to call Tony, the group organizer, at 916-519-5287 for any question.
People often lose self-confidence in their ability to start and maintain good relationships after one or two failed long-term relationships. This is the wrong way to deal with relationships.
In this meeting, we'll explore a natural law of how emotions work, and learn how you can use this natural law to
(1) Determine whether someone is right for you or not
(2) Determine how healthy the relationship is
(3) Understand how people interact emotionally
(4) Predict behavior and actions
(5) Understand your own emotional state
With increased knowledge about relationships and human behavior, your self-confidence will also increase with regard to starting and maintaining a good relationship.
Call Tony (Group Organizer) at[masked] if you have any question.
Many people lose self-confidence and motivation from dealing with certain areas of life due to painful experiences. For example, after a stressful relationship, many people retreat from relationships. They may become less motivated to seek out partners. They may lose some or a lot of their self-confidence in their ability to succeed in relationships.
This phenomenon applies to nearly all areas of life:
After scoring badly in math classes, the person gave up any thought of going into engineering or science. Or, after being tongue-tie in giving speeches, the person lost self-confidence in his ability to be a leader. These bad experiences affected the person's career choices.
After losing to other kids in sports, the person became no longer motivated to pursue any physical exercises or physical hobbies, resulting in an inactive lifestyle. This affected the person's health.
The examples go on and on.
Is there a way to recover from all of your painful experiences? The answer is YES. In this meeting, we'll learn some tools and knowledge regarding how to do that. Don't miss this great meetup!