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Criticism and Rejection

Criticism and rejection, as painful as they may be, can lead to learning new ways of being in relationship with others and ourselves. Criticism can actually provide us with crucial feedback and opportunities for introspection, self-evaluation, and reassessment. Discerning what criticism is worth listening to—and what to let pass us by—is a skill that is essential to self-growth and success. And learning how to give criticism to others in a constructive way is one of the most useful skills we can develop to become a productive collaborator and community member. Our fear of criticism and rejection can keep us from making meaningful social connections and expanding our capabilities; leaning into self-compassion and self-worth can keep us grounded and growing.

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Empowerment Coach Reveals How to Stop Self-Rejection and Develop Self-Confidence—Roxy Saffaie

Is your greatest enemy, or bully, in life actually yourself? Do you put yourself down, tell yourself, “You can’t do it,” or shut down your own dreams before even giving them a try? On this episode of Women of Impact, empowerment coach, podcast host, writer, and athlete Roxy Saffaie joins Lisa ...

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Living the Four Agreements with don Miguel Ruiz and Heatherash Amara

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How I Became Confident | Russell Brand

Do you ever suffer from a lack of confidence? Why?

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Marie Forleo: Stop Fearing Rejection and Be the Real You

In this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Marie Forleo talks about why we need to talk more about death, how she’s disrupting education with socially conscious business practices, and how to tap into both your feminine and masculine side.

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Panache Desai: Change Your Energy, Change Your Life; the Hidden Dimension of Yoga

Panache Desai discusses the letting go of notions that no longer serve us, and how to align with your true nature so you can live as you truly are.

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