Awarded a $2,500 scholarship last Sept. 29, 2019 at the 2020 Miss Orange County and Miss Orange County Teen Regional    

SELF-ESTEEM ONE-ON-ONE TRAINING FOR KIDS. HOW YOU CAN TEACH YOUR KIDS SELF-ESTEEM


SELF-ESTEEM PERSONAL COACHING

TOP SELF-ESTEEM COACHING IN ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. The way your child think and feel about herself or himself has a huge impact on the way he or she performs in school, college, work, social interaction as well as how he or she treat others including parents and family members. Raising a child or raising children will require the use of different parental techniques and all too often, your child will more likely to listen from a professional expert in the field of self-esteem rather than his or her own parents for many different reasons.

By calling Self-Esteem Expert, Giselle Boone, she will turn your child from being shy and lacking confidence and self-esteem to a very confident young child. Start today and build his self-esteem. Giselle Boone is the Executive Director of Miss Orange County, an expert in social interaction and child behavior, graduated with a 4.0 in High School, graduated in Psychology, minor in Organizational Behavior,  Creative Director for the magazine Exotic Fashion, Co-producer of Newport Beach Fashion Week and fashion shows. 

Let me coach your child or children and help them become very successful and full of confidence. In today's competitive school, we will need to help our children become very confident, always eager to try something new, always motivated to be a self-starter, always positive, full of ambition and energy. Let's change the old child into a new confident child. 

To schedule your Self-esteem One-on-one training, Call 714-619-1085 or send an email to gisellepx@yahoo.com.

Let's raise a successful and confident child or children together. 


Coaching Cost Information:


One-on-one coaching: Discounted $1 per minute with a minimum of 60 minutes or one hour per session= $60 per hour.
You must register for at least 4 weeks, one lesson per week. (Discounted from $80 an hour).

Group Rate:
For a conference to speak in front of a large audience

Nobody Can Make You Feel Inferior Without Your Permission. Eleanor Roosevelt.

Self-esteem is defined as a way to evaluate ourselves and our characteristics, the personal judgment of worthiness that is expressed in the attitudes the individual holds toward himself.


Lesson 1:
* "You are who you hang out with" - Why you need to hang out with people that cares about you.
* Self-bullying 1 and self-bullying 2 - Why you need to avoid people with bad behavior or treat you badly.
* Healthy Habits - Enjoying what you do.
* Cultivate your Talent- doing things that you are good at.
* Reward yourself for doing good. Use the color wheel. Red means bad behavior, yellow means good.
* Doing good things that are good for you.
* Making Wise Choices
* Taking responsibility of yourself, choices, action, seriously, consequences.

Lesson 2:
* Always know what is right and do it!
* Knowing yourself and your true value.
* Respect.
* Setting Goals.
* The art of being motivated.
* Knowing your capabilities and how to develop it.
* Explore the concept of Self-esteem.
* Analyze their personal Strengths and Weaknesses.

Lesson 3
* The art of concentration.
* Breathing Exercises.
* Visualization.
* Finding negative experiences and making it positive.
* Helping someone cope with negative experiences.
* Developing a positive self-image.
* Helping someone start fresh.
* Believe in oneself.

Lesson 4
* Keep your competition closer.
* Hard work.
* Giving your all.
* Taking baby Steps.
* Looking for positive mentors.
* Do your homework. Look for successful people and how they did it.
* Achieving the impossible.

Lesson 5
* Eliminating Bad Habits.
* Eliminating Negative influences.
* Be apart from the norm.
* Finding real and positive friends.
* Keep your mind and body healthy.
* Knowing who to trust.
* Understanding Who ate bullies.
* Understanding who are being bullied.

Lesson 6
* Understanding the nature of their self-esteem issue.
* Understanding self-defeating behaviors such as the urge to quit, not try, acting like a class clown, acting like a bully.
recognizing ineffective coping strategies.
* Understanding vulnerability, low self-esteem parents, hopelessness on kids, minimize despair.
* Changing your approach and teaching style.
* Reinforce area of strengths, identify positive traits.
* Actively invite and involve kids in the process of their own education.
* Increasing sense of ownership, control and responsibility for their successes and view mistakes to learn from.
* Parents become active partners in evaluations of their goals.

Lesson 7
* Always dress to impress at a budget or not. Looking your best will change your outlook.
* Wardrobe selections for your age group.
* High grooming standard.
* Nails, hands and toes.
* What you put on your feet can say a lot about the person.
* Cleanliness is next to perfection.
* Your skin is your business card.
* How you take care of your hair and overall appearance will change your entire mood.

Lesson 8
* All about speaking eloquently.
* Removing negative Jargons and slang out of your vocabulary.
* Strong communication skills will get you far in life.
* Strong Social Communication skills.
* Speaking with a positive tone.
* Controlling emotions when you speak.
* Speaking online or using social media is the same as speaking in person (Getting them to understand early).
* How to communicate your thoughts effectively.

Lesson 9
* Control your urge to be a slacker.
* Increase awareness in your environment.
* Learning early how to perceive people.
* Learning how to work with groups.
* Becoming a strong individual.
* Becoming leaders of tomorrow.
* Strong mindset in sports.
* I encourage my students to write a journal about their experiences.

Lesson 10
* Writing their positive and negative feelings about themselves and evaluation.
* Understanding self body image and how to control what is being portrayed in the media.
* Understanding the importance of what is expected of self rather than what is expected by others.
* Know who you are as a person.
* Stop comparing yourself to others.
* Exercise - Becoming a healthy and happy me.
* How to be inventive.
* Do not take no for an answer. Realizing what you already have can be cultivated.

Lesson 12
* Teaching boys or girls "feeling words" especially those who lack the ability to express themselves. Expressing emotions, helping them understand that it is ok to talk about feelings for example angry, sad, frustrated, happy, lonely.
* Good Listening Skills - Taking time to listen, stop every possible distraction and repeat back what you heard.
* Taking time to do activities that the kids like rather than what parents like. Appreciate and enjoy together.
* The beauty of being complimented on action. Thanking and appreciating for good behavior.
* Pointing out certain strengths and behaviors as it comes. Kindness, helpful, sensitive, friendly - identify strengths.
* High Self-esteem comes from knowing the real you. Helping them identify their likes ex. drama, music, reading, art, what type of sports and avoiding the pressure to act a certain way.
* Let the kids feel success. Kids with low self-esteem often experience failure due to their lack of experience or body coordination. Find something they excel in. Ex. Kids who doesn't like school might be great in sports, or kids with no coordination are artistic.
* Look at your own self-esteem issues. If you don't think highly of yourself, are you passing it down to your kids? Address it! It is not your fault that no one helped you but you have the power to make a change in your kids life.

Lesson 13
* Stop controlling rather than coaching - Some parents have a tendency to be bossy or appear to be bossy rather than act as an educator or a coach. You will need to leave your emotions behind. Proper coaching helps kids to learn faster. Doing things for him or her will rob them of their progress as well but doing things with him or her together is more ideal.
* Perfection is not the goal - Resist the temptation to jump fast and make him or her improve based on your timeline rather than the kids timeline. Constant intervention undermines a child's confidence.
* Let him or her do it for himself or herself from the earliest age - Stand back, observe, smile and be helpful but keep your hands to yourself. Offer encouraging work like "great job" "look at you" you did it!
* Be consistent
* Help him or her build confidence by tackling manageable challenges - The framework you give your child on which she builds. Demonstrate how to do things, assists, simply spot him or her. Try something new. Help is always there when you need it.
* Don't set him or her up for failure - Offer structure to help him or her succeed. Rescuing them can prevent them from learning important lesson. Let them manage themselves in certain situation.
* Praise efforts, not results - For example "Wow you didn't give up!
* Teach Self-encouragements - For example repeat these words "Practice makes progress" "If you don't succeed, try and try," "I think I can" No harsh criticism.
* Model positive self-talk - Positive self-talks has been shown to improve our ability to master difficult tasks, unlike self-disparaging comments many of us so automatically make. Parents know better than to say "What an idiot!"
* Manage frustrating circumstances - When your child encounters frustration, remember that your empathy will be a critical factor in his or her overcoming it. You want to give it a larger context by communicating your confidence in your child and your compassion.
* Affirm your child's ability to impact the world - Teach them to perform community service.  Competence and feelings of mastery are about power and derive from a child's experience of himself or herself as having an effect in the world, reasonable limits to their powers. The more he or she can make a difference in the world, the more she or he will enable herself or himself to do the impossible.


Lesson 14 - Healthy Habits
* Be Proactive - Taking responsibility for your choices and understanding consequences. Taking initiative in life. Your decision is the primary factor for effectiveness in life.

* Begin with the end in mind - Self discovery and self clarification of your deep values and life goals. Envision the ideal characteristics of each of your various roles and relationships in life.

* Put First Things First - A Manager must manage his or her own life first. Implement activities to reach his or her goals, change negative habits to positive habits.

* Think WIN WIN - Genuine feelings for mutually beneficial solutions or agreements in your relationships. Value and respect people by understanding a win for all is ultimately a better long term resolutions than if only one person has gotten his or her way.

* Seek first to understand, then to be understood - Use emphatically listening to be genuinely influenced by a person which compels the to reciprocate the listening and take an open mind to being influenced by you. This creates an atmosphere of caring and positive problem solving.

* Synergize - Combine the strengths of people through positive team work so as to achieve goals no one person could have done alone. Both personal and interpersonal spheres of influence.

* Sharpen the Saw - Balance and renew your resources, energy and health to create a sustainable, long term effective lifestyle. It primarily emphasizes exercise for physical renewal, meditation like yoga, and reading goo materials for mental renewal. It also mentions service to society for spiritual renewal. Upward spiral - consistent progress resulting in growth, change and constant improvement.

Reminders: Include a self-esteem message inside your kids lunch box.

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