Feel Good and Fabulous in Your Skin

Leadership and going through transition call for you to feel good and look good in your skin. People instantly know how you feel about yourself by the way you carry yourself as well as how well you dress. Dressing neat, clean, and appropriately in your chosen lifestyle and career doesn't require spending a lot of money. It does mean taking time to prepare your clothing, accessories and mental attitude in a manner that attracts rather than repels.

False bravado of taking care of the exterior body image while interior beliefs are full of uncertainty, doubt, and insecurities is wrought with conflict in any attempt to reach the level of success you desire.

  • When you look in the mirror, are you amazed by what you see?

  • Are you smitten with your sexy body?

  • Are you stunned by your own magnificence?

  • Or do you look in the mirror and lament the size of your thighs?

  • Grimace at the wrinkles appearing around your eyes?

  • Agonize over that roll of belly fat that refuses to retreat, despite endless crunches and trips to the gym?

  • If you are like the vast majority of women, and a growing number of men, you answer "yes" to the latter questions far too often.

    Statistics confirm that many people have a critical and harsh relationship with their bodies. They suffer from Negative Body Obsession, a condition marked by the near-constant and critical rumination about one's physical appearance.

    Fortunately, you can learn to feel great in and about your body, and you can begin without changing a single thing. You don't have to invest in expensive plastic surgery, spend countless hours in the gym, or engage in extreme dieting.

    You can actually use the power of your mind to change how you feel about your body so that you finally delight in your physical form. And you can do it right now.