We live in a world that increasingly undermines our self-esteem and self-confidence. Incessant critique — especially in our early formative years; competition; marketing; social influences conditioning us to value the superficial over the real, the temporary over the permanent, package over product, function over form, sizzle over steak, matter over spirit — are just a few of the powerful forces shaping and defining our identities. In such a hostile climate how in the world is it possible to maintain high self-esteem and confidence, especially when people around us are critical, nasty, selfish, and disappointing?
Please join Rabbi Jacobson in this compelling presentation on how to build and sustain your self-esteem and self-confidence – how to learn to trust and value yourself from within, independent and regardless of what others think or say. Discover the real you — the unwavering you, which proactively generates vs. reactively responds. Allow the real you to guide your life, ready to rise to new challenges, seize opportunities, deal with difficult situations, and take responsibility when things go awry.