BOOST YOUNG MINDS
ONLINE COURSE

Empowering Parents to Coach Their Child

Are you keen to understand what is going on in your child’s mind? Do you want to be able to support your child on a level that will allow them to overcome a personal challenge? Now you can become your child’s emotional coach by discovering the powerful tools in my online course ‘Boost Young Minds’.

Online Course for the Coaching Parent

  • No more feeling frustrated that you are unable to support your worried child.
  • An extensive online course packed full of strategies and tools that really work.
  • Discover the techniques needed to provide emotional support for your child.
  • Once live, you will get immediate access to get you started quickly.
  • Available 24/7 to suit your own schedule and family demands.
  • New material added on a regular basis to keep the content fresh and up to date.
  • One-off payment, pick from 3 levels of membership to suit your budget and need.

Has your child lost their confidence?

If you lose your confidence in more than one situation, and this happens consistently, you may start to experience negative outcomes affecting all areas of your life. When your self-perception is negative, it can lead to increased anxiety in unfamiliar or pressured situations, most likely affecting how you view yourself and your position in the world. When we experience a continued lack of confidence it can lead to:

  • Feelings of being criticised, blamed or judged all the time
  • Lack of energy and motivation
  • Procrastination – putting off tasks because they seem too big to tackle
  • Finding it difficult to make decisions, both privately and in other situations
  • Feelings of being out of control, possibly having anger outbursts
  • Avoiding social situations
  • Feeling depressed or experiencing consistent low mood
  • Being over-sensitive to situations and comments from others
  • Experiencing rejection and abandonment issues
  • Comparing yourself against everyone, feeling inferior and envious
  • Avoiding conflict, it feels safer to just do what you are told
  • Tendencies to sabotage a good thing
  • Developing an unhelpful negative habit, maybe even an addiction
  • Starting to experience anxiety and/or panic attacks

A Content and Happy Child

If you have a high level of self-esteem and confidence, you are comfortable when experiencing uncertainty in your life. In most situations, you remain feeling optimistic and confident even when you are unsure how things will turn out. Being confident means you know that you have the resources to deal with most situations and you have the self-reliance to address stressful triggers in a positive and secure way.

When you are confident you feel empowered, a skill that is extremely beneficial in all aspects of life. Being confident means that you are comfortable with the decisions you make, you are happy with your own personality, you accept your own limitations without feeling worried about these, and you are able to enjoy life with the ups and downs that life is guaranteed to bring.

If you are faced with uncertainty, experiencing anxiety, have a bad habit, feel overwhelmed or find it difficult to socialise it is all linked back to a lack of confidence in one way or another. In order to overcome any particular worry, your child will benefit from building their confidence and self-esteem. This will advance their success rate when they confront and tackle an obstacle present in their mind set. 

As humans we are better equipped to deal with challenges when we feel confident in our own abilities and environment. My Boost Young Minds course is a great way for you to discover how to help your child be confident.

ARE YOU READY TO TAKE SOME ACTION?

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Do you recognise any
of these situations?

Scenario 1: Your Child's Feelings

Your child has been feeling low for some time, actually everything appears to be an effort. The time is getting near to be ready for school. But your child starts to complain that their heart is beating faster, they are feeling sick and they are finding excuses to avoid the school playground. Your child mentions they may as well not go to school, that there is no point. They can’t learn anything, and all the other children are so accomplished and they find everything so so easy. In fact, your child feels that the other children stand in little groups ignoring them. Your child is sure they don’t want to speak to them, after all they have nothing important to contribute because their life is so boring!! Do you recognise similar thoughts and avoidance tactics in your child? Believe it or not, this is one of the most common areas where children report they are feeling a serious lack of confidence in their own abilities.

Scenario 2: Your Own Memories

How about remembering back to when you had to start a new school or maybe take an exam. Do you remember that sensation of strong nerves and uncertainty before you arrived, but do you also recall how you began to feel more comfortable and relaxed as time passed. Again, this is a typical sensation experienced by most people, you start off by feeling insecure and lacking in confidence, but as time passes you are likely to feel more secure and confident in your own abilities as the situation becomes familiar.

Scenario 3:The Physical Response

Think about yourself here. You are leaving your workplace at the end of the day feeling exhausted and on edge, this seems to get worse day after day. You are starting to have physical symptoms like headaches and tummy aches, and the thoughts inside your head are negative and running fast. You ‘know’ that you lack necessary skills, and you don’t think you are meeting your boss’ expectations, you are sure they will find out you can’t do your job. You sit on your own at lunchtime, it is difficult to talk to the others, no one understands what you are going through.

Now imagine your child going through a similar scenario, and all of a sudden, it is easy to see how such negative patterns can affect your physical health. This is why such behaviour and thinking need to be addressed early on to avoid long term issues for your child.

Boost Your Child's Emotional Well-Being

It is important to remember that confidence is never consistent at any point in your life, it is likely to fluctuate in situations that you may find more stressful but this is completely normal and to be expected. However, by taking charge of thoughts and emotions, your child can start to appreciate their own abilities by worrying less about external triggers. ​So why not start that journey today?

​Equip your child with some powerful  tools that can be used immediately and for the rest of their life. Through using my specialised Boost Young Minds course, with your support, your child will be able to infuse confidence into their mind and reap the immediate benefits affecting most areas of their daily routines. Your child will become a confident and capable person who is ready to deal with life’s challenges and changes, purely from the fact they know how to remain confident in any given situation.

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Are You Excited?

Did I manage to capture your interest? Are you keen to get started and find out how to support your child emotionally? You know that, without a doubt, you want to ensure your child can fulfil their dreams without any fears or worries?

If this is you, I can’t wait to share my course with you. I will be showing you all the gadgets in our toolbox which will support you and your child by promoting fast working self-help techniques. In fact, I will be taking the mystery out of the question ‘how can I help my child thrive?’

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