As a expectant mother to twins, Charlie Beswick had the dreams that all new moms have. Unti l just a few hours after giving birth, she learned that one of her twin boys had been born with Goldenhar Syndrome.
Harry was born with no eye, eye socket, nostril or ear and a short jaw. Later on, Harry was also diagnosed with severe Autism.
Having spent her life wanting to make others proud, her self-talk became filled with blame. Until she slowly started to think that maybe her boys would be better off without her.
On this episode of The Workplace Communication Podcast, Charlie joins us to share her journey of healing through the art of positive self-talk. As a Trainer and Coach, she now empowers people to break through their own limiting beliefs to find the happiness and success they deserve in life.
Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:
🎙️ Becoming more aware of your negative self-talk (hint: we all have it!)
🎙️ Distinguishing negative self-talk from actual weaknesses
🎙️Transforming negative self-talk to positive
🎙️ The role of confirmation bias in reinforcing the way we view ourselves
🎙️ Tips for leaders to support their teams to develop more positive self-talk
Charlie Beswick is a first class psychology graduate, award-winning blogger, published author, charity founder, professional speaker, trainer and coach. She’s mum to teenagers Oliver and Harry and a self-confessed cheesaholic and gin lover!
Based on the lessons learned during her journey she shares the incredible impact of our own self talk and empowers people to break through their own limiting beliefs to find the happiness and success they deserve in life.
If you’re looking to silence those negative voices in your head, then this episode is for you!
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