This course is a journey into self-discovery and self-awareness.
Learn how to live your best life, embrace happiness, and discover your purpose.
One of the fundamental desires of humans beings is to live a fulfilled and happy life. In this digital age of the internet and social media it’s easy to idealise lifestyles that seem unachievable. You may feel that you have lost touch with the things that really make you happy. It can seem nearly impossible to balance a successful career and social life while also keeping your health and well-being stable. Figuring out how to live your best life sometimes feels like a full-time job! But it doesn’t have to be that way. This course will guide you carefully through the maze of your mind and your emotions and help you to find your authentic self, your positive self, your future self.
This course is written and presented by David Haworth, experienced NLP master practitioner, hypnotherapist, personal transformation coach & yoga teacher.
There are 2 modules in this course:
Part 1 – How are you who you are?
- How are you who you are?
- Head junk, and ANTs
- Making sense of ourselves
- The mind-body connection
Part 2 – Create your best life
- The vagus nerve and emotions
- Does misery make you happy?
- Communicating with the unconscious
- Talking your truth
- Your authentic self
- Anxiety & stress
- Learning from our experiences
- Emotional detox
- What is it that you really want?
- Don’t deny it
- What’s deeper than denial?
- Where does it hurt?
- Doing without thinking
- Your comfort zone isn’t comfortable
- Fear of failure
- Stop making excuses!
- Power & intention
- Surrender isn’t giving in
- Let go of the ego
- Be the cause, not the effect
- Sending it out there
- Putting it all together
Time limits – You have 6 months to complete this course. A new topic is released each day, so you could complete the course in as little as 25 days, but we recommend taking a little longer.
Certification – Once you have completed all of the modules you will be able to download your certificate of completion, which gives a brief outline of the content of the course.