A woman is strong and powerful.
But to be so in her social, love and work life, a woman needs to feel good in her body and have faith in her radiance. She needs to learn how to get rid of her complexes from childhood or teenage years, or at least learn how to subdue them.
In order to control those complexes that sometimes can cripple you in your everyday life like having difficulties making decisions, speaking in public or even the confiding in someone, there is of course those "personal development" books you can find on Amazon, which can help in short-term cases. But how long will it last? To tell you that life is beautiful and that you need to stay positive won’t make you progress.
Luckily for you ladies, there is Image Consulting. This is where we, coaches, come into play to teach you how to reconcile yourself with your figure and what you see in the mirror.
Looking at themselves in the mirror, many of my clients told me they have never seen their body looking this way after a session. After so many years, they used to wear clothes that didn’t suit their body shape because they lacked information and direction or simply because they wanted to follow the fashion trend.
And then there are others who decided to give up, lost in magazines, drowned by the overproduction of popular fashion brands and discouraged by the demands of our society.
Feeling good with your own style, wearing clothes that flatters your harmonious body shapes and wearing colours that brighten you up is the first step towards a chosen positive attitude.
There is a limited number of body shapes but every woman is unique therefore needing a coaching tailored to her needs but also her desires, which is important to respect.
A successful "personal shopping" session or a "wardrobe edit" will give you the tools to keep going by yourself and keep improving in your personal development.
You have nothing to lose by making the first step towards long lasting positive change so book your first “image consulting” session and rediscover your body.
Translation: Melanie Harlay