About Life With Confidence

I created this site back on July 1, 2005 which is a couple of lifetimes ago in internet years. Back in 2005, Google was still a new kid on the block having only been around since 1998. Blogging was a new concept. Allowing people to comment on articles was a radical new idea. There was no Twitter, no Pinterest, no LinkedIn, no Instagram. No social media at all actually. There weren’t any iPhones or Kindles or even tablets. To create a web site back then, you also needed to know at least a little HTML, maybe a little javascript and probably use a program like DreamWeaver.  Yes, the world has changed dramatically since 2005. It’s now even hard to remember what we did prior to having all these things at our fingertips. How did we spend our time when we didn’t have the internet to surf, people to “follow” or even companies like Netflix to provide us instant access to entertainment?

This web site is now going through a transformation too. My web site host, Site Build It, has updated and improved themselves as well and I need to convert this site over to their new platform so my pages are more mobile phone friendly. It’s a very slow process as each page needs to be converted manually and there’s hundreds of pages for me to go through. I want to take my time doing it as I’m looking at it as a great opportunity to take a step back and consider what new directions I want to take this site. I also need to decide how much of my site I should overhaul. Should I give it a new, more modern, up-to-date look? Change its structure? In some ways, I like its simple look in that it’s a reminder of how much things have changed yet still remain the same. The thing that’s the same is that people are still trying to figure out the exact same questions I bet the cave man was also probably trying to figure out:

  • Who am I? 
  • How do I fit in this world? 
  • How do I get comfortable in my own skin? 
  • How do I get along with this person that’s driving me crazy?

Probably no matter how much the world changes, we'll always have questions like this. No matter what technology is available, each one of us needs to go through a journey of self exploration. Figuring out who we are, why we act and react the way we do, how do we get along with others, what’s our purpose in life, how do we achieve our dreams, and even how do we figure out what we really do want from this life? Those things will never change. Learning about yourself and gaining that deep awareness of who you really are is the greatest journey you’ll ever take. And, that’s really how you develop your self confidence.  You discover everything you can about yourself.

"With wisdom comes strength, courage, knowing, and an ever-increasing peace." Rhonda Byrne

So, my hope is that even while my site is going through a metamorphosis behind the scenes, it can still help you to have an “Aha” moment or two on your journey of self discovery.

Best wishes on your journey.



Professional Background

If you came to this page wanting to check out my professional background, I'll admit that I don't have any formal training in life coaching or psychology. My university degree is actually in Communications. Everything I write about on this site comes from what I've learned from reading, courses I've taken, and good old fashioned "trial and error". I try out everything in my own life prior to writing about it on this site. Hope you're not too disappointed that I'm not a "professional" life coach. : - )

Anyway, that’s just a little bit about me and what's happening with the site right now. If you need more information, you can contact me through my contact form.




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