Maintaining self esteem and reducing loneliness with in isolation

Tips of maintaining that self esteem six pack!

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Ask at least 5 people (whose opinions you respect and trust) from different areas of your life (perhaps friends who you miss, family, colleagues), the following questions:

What one word or phrase describes me best?

What do you think is my greatest achievement?

What do you value most about me?

What one thing could I change for my own benefit?

What do you believe to be my greatest strength?

Perhaps you can do it too and have a video call to go through each others feedback? How nice would it be to have a deep conversation with the people you miss right now? Perhaps you could ask for the feedback to come via good ol' Royal Mail?! 

Remember, maintaining self esteem takes work. It's like building a six pack!






Jo Jones

Coach (ACC ICF), Barefoot Coaching

I am an innovative, professional transformational coach, who is passionate about empowering individuals to be the best versions of themselves. My approach is holistic – we will work together to form a coaching relationship that is built on trust, authenticity and honesty, one which will work with the whole of you. I will give you the space and time to think, I will nurture new mindsets, identify blocks, set goals and celebrate all that is you! When necessary, I will hold you to account and shine a light on new approaches. I'm In-House Coach and Tutor at Barefoot Coaching, both on the Coaching Skills for Parents/Family Life and ICF PG CERT in Business and Personal Coaching. I also deliver confidence workshops and I've career coaching experience working with Execs and Senior Leaders. Before I became a Coach, I was a Substance Misuse Counsellor within the voluntary sector for many years, we're I provided clinical support and counselling to a high portfolio of clients with varying degrees of substance misuse within a multi-disciplinary composition. I worked with often challenging individuals with life threatening behaviours to address their needs and their goals. Using positive psychology to manage risk and reduce harm, I also built trust with individuals who had lost trust in society. It was during this time that I built strong and steadfast foundations for being a coach.