It’s Possible To Like Yourself Even If You’re Not Perfect!
Introducing DIY Self-Esteem: How To Start Liking Yourself
DIY Self-Esteem: How To Start Liking Yourself is the manual you were never given. It’s a step-by-step course that will help you to get to know and like yourself, so you can become the happy, healthy, and confident you you’ve always dreamed of being. Whether it’s your nose, your shyness, or your inability to say ‘no’ that drives you mad, DIY Self-Esteem will help you see that, actually, you’re kind of alright.
+ Why you absolutely have to start liking yourself
+ Why you’re the only one who can take charge of your confidence
+ What ‘there’s no such thing as perfect’ really means
+ Why you don’t really want to be perfect
+ Why you’re probably broken and that’s OK
+ What self-worth really means (and why it’s more than just a woo-woo term)
+ The problem with linking your self-worth to your actions
+ Why you’re a good person
+ Why getting to know yourself is the key to learning to like yourself
+ How to find out who you really are, deep down
+ What your true style and taste are like
+ What your beliefs and values are (beyond religion)
+ What your strengths and weaknesses are
+ What you’re motivated by
+ What personality type you have
+ What your dreams and ambitions say about you
+ How and why you should compare yourself to other people
+ How to accept your flaws
+ Why what you suck at could be the best thing that’s ever happened to you
+ What your uniquity is
+ What practical things you can do to feel better about yourself
+ How to get a different perspective on who you are
+ Why you absolutely must be yourself
+ Why you have idea who you might become
DIY Self-Esteem: How To Start Liking Yourself comes in the form of a 205-page PDF e-book.
But you’ll also get these bonuses:
A 100-page book of interviews with 8 people who have learned to like themselves
A 32-page book of bonus interviews with 4 people who have learned to like themselves
A 114-page book of Jo’s answers to the questions asked in the course, to help you step back and see your own answers more objectively
A printer-friendly version of the course, so that you can work through it away from your screen
A couple of years ago, I thought I was rubbish. I constantly compared myself to other people, I tried to figure out what they might think of me, and I never trusted myself to be right about anything. Once, I even had a list of things to change about myself by the summer. I thought that if I could just ‘fix’ all the not-so-good parts of myself, I’d suddenly be really confident.
But no matter which parts of me I tweaked, I didn’t feel any better about myself. It wasn’t until I started to really get to know myself and appreciate my flaws that I started to like myself. Now I want to show you how to do exactly the same thing and learn to like yourself just the way you are.
- Joanna L. K. Moore
Included in The Interviews:
From ‘Weird’, ‘Ugly’, and ‘Awkward’ to Passionate Multipotentialite
Overcoming Clinical Depression and OCD through Exercise
From Your Own Worst Critic to Your Very Best Friend
Understanding and Accepting Your Introversion
Finding A Purpose to Your ‘Flaws’
The Nonlinear Path Through Depression and Healing
From Perfectionism to ‘I’m Totally Awesome’
Learning To Like Yourself Is A Process
From Anorexia to Self-Love
The Importance of Feeling Comfortable in Your Own Skin
Confidence Comes with Age
I felt like a lot of the time I was watching my life happen from the outside instead of really experiencing it. I had no ability to be present and actually be happy or enjoy my life fully, because I was always one step removed, analyzing and criticizing myself.Kate Marolt
There were times when I would’ve given anything to feel different, be different, and look different. I wanted to be anyone but me.Anne-Sophie Reinhardt
I felt like other people were more deserving, important, and better than me. I believed I was defective, broken, and worthless.Jennifer Postles
I felt like there was something inherently wrong with me that meant I always had to try harder and be more than I was in order to be accepted.Hannah Braime
This whole program has helped me to start liking myself more. Really. My smiles are more real. I feel like I’m less stressed talking to people and at some moments I talk and I feel like is that me? Yes, that’s me and then my whole inner being smiles :) During these weeks I finally began to feel everything that everyone has already told me since the day I was born. That because of the fact I’m unique I already have worth. I never felt those thoughts and I finally began to feel it and that’s just an awesome feeling.
When I received a compliment before the course, I had always difficulties accepting it. And it’s still not the most natural thing for me. But I don’t feel like I need to hate myself anymore for receiving a compliment. I let it build my confidence instead of destroying it. Because it’s not that I’m totally in love with myself right now. But I am finally start to feel that I have a lot of worth. I’m noticing that I love myself more. It’s like I’m becoming less anxious and that such a wonderful thing to notice:)!!!!!!!!!
Jo has shown me that being me is something to be proud of. And although I didn’t hate that side with everything inside of me, I have definitely learned to appreciate/love it more. I cannot really tell you in words how it has been changed to be honest. But I know I judge myself less on my actions and I’m nicer to myself. I really enjoyed this course and I gained confidence.Sara
It turns out most of my problems stem from not liking myself in some way. I’d never really got that before because it’s not as if I hate myself, but covering it in the course made me realise that I do tend to devalue myself a lot and that makes it harder to be myself around other people.Katie
I honestly never thought I could feel this way. Life is so much more enjoyable when you like yourself. It’s not necessary for survival, or even financial success. But it’s incredibly important if you want to live a full, happy life. And why wouldn’t you want that?Kate Marolt
Liking yourself gives your life a new dimension and it’s just such a joy to wake up and not beat yourself up, not weigh yourself, not worry about the next diet, or the size of your jeans. This kind of freedom is beyond explanation and it’s one of the biggest gifts you can give yourself.Anne-Sophie Reinhardt
What will I get?
DIY Self-Esteem: How To Start Liking Yourself comes as a PDF download. You’ll get:
+DIY Self-Esteem: How To Start Liking Yourself
+DIY Self-Esteem: How To Start Liking Yourself Workbook (printer-friendly version)
+ The Interviews (8 interviews)
+ The Bonus Interviews (4 interviews)
+ Jo’s Answers
I’m not sure about paying this much for something like this.
For this much you could buy a t-shirt. Or a bag. Or a takeaway.
Or you could buy self-esteem.
Which one’s going to have the biggest impact on your life in the long term? ‘Nuff said, I think.
How will I get it?
Simply click the ‘buy now’ button, pay, and check your inbox. You’ll receive the files in an email. Save the files to your computer and get stuck in!
What if I'm not happy with the course?
If you’re not happy with DIY Self-Esteem: How To Start Liking Yourself, simply let me know within 30 days of buying it, and I’ll give you your money back. I wouldn’t be happy keeping your money if the course didn’t help you learn to like yourself, so it’s 100% risk-free!
Can this course help me even if I have X or Y?
Yes! So many of us can’t see how we could possibly ever like ourselves because of X or Y but in the course you’ll find out how Amy Purdy came to appreciate losing her legs and how Achmat Hassiem turned being attacked by a shark into a positive. The course will help you to appreciate your flaws and who knows, maybe you’ll even end up grateful for them.
What's the course like?
It’s not any of that serious-face-here’s-some-psychology-theory-and-a-load-of-lines-for-you-to-write stuff, if that’s what you’re worried about. It’s written in normal, everyday language, with plenty of examples, and a gorgeous design.
Oh and you get to do it in the comfort of your own bedroom. No scary counsellors or teachers. It’s just you and the course, snuggled up with a hot chocolate, a pen, and a notebook on your bed. Couldn’t be easier.
Because Self-Esteem Doesn’t Always Come Easily
Sometimes it feels like everyone else is in on some big secret that you weren’t told about. It’s like, how is everyone doing that? How is everyone just so OK? Was I off school on the day they handed out the self-esteem manuals?
Because, for you, feeling normal just doesn’t come all that naturally. You play conversations over and over again in your head, trying to work out what that person meant by that or if you sounded stupid by saying this. If you hear people laughing, you freeze a little, scared they’re laughing at you.
You feel like there’s something just a little bit wrong with you, and it’s a full time job trying to make sure no one finds out about it. It’s exhausting.
+ If you could just lose those next few pounds.
+ If you could just find a face wash that actually does what it says it’ll do.
+ If you could just figure out how to be normal.
If you could just figure out these things, sort them out, you could finally stop feeling like you’re on the verge of everyone finding out who you really are and raising their eyebrows like really?
But, really, all you need is self-esteem.
Self-esteem isn’t just some luxury feeling reserved for skinny girls with perfect hair. It’s trying on a dress and knowing you look pretty. It’s laughing with your friends instead of worrying what they’re thinking. It’s shrugging off slip-ups because who cares if you make mistakes?
It’s liking yourself completely, unconditionally, always, not despite of but because of your flaws.
And you can do that. Really.
Let me show you how.