Free confidence building workshop - Basingstoke, Hampshire

01256 389 600 01256 389 600 / 07855 743 337 07855 743 337
23rd July 2022, 10.30am - 12.30pm
Open to all
Basingstoke, RG24 8QB

Would you like to have much more confidence and self-belief and achieve what 'confident' people achieve in life? Do you wonder how they do it and wish you could have a little of their success?

Research has shown that people who lack confidence and self-belief always underachieve. Confidence is crucial to a happy and fulfilling life. It influences your success at work, your family life, relationships and leisure activities. Imagine how all of these areas would improve and grow if you could work on your confidence and increase it by 10%, 30%, 50% or even 100%? The possibilities are enormous and the exciting thing is, no matter what your history, background or current state of confidence is, you - we all - can learn to be confident because it's never too late.  

This free two-hour training workshop will give you techniques that will help you to grow your inner confidence, overcome self-doubt, believe in yourself, overcome shyness and social anxiety, no longer compare yourself to others, push yourself forward, feel keen to try new things, and get much more out of life.

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Hosted by Dawn Fiske

A qualified and highly specialised life coach, trainer, speaker, podcaster, & YouTuber. Coaching for over 19 years on confidence, self-belief, stress management, time management, career coaching, communication skills, & presentation skills, and many more with teenagers & adults. Visit

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