Is it time to grow your voice and learn to confront? To confront means to gain clarity and understanding by asking questions to deal with something in an honest and direct way, so you can learn to move through a tough situation.

How do you learn to navigate those tough sweaty palm talks?

How do I grow my voice?

Do you long to be respected?

Do you respect yourself? If not, this course is a must!

At midlife that is where I found myself, I needed to learn to confront and stay strong, not cower inwardly or crumble.

Here is an episode from my early 20’s that caused me to cower for years.

I shared with a close family member, at that time, that I mentioned his family was in need of prayer and I asked for our friends to pray.

The reaction I received back was:

  1. A Raised voice.
  2. A Red face
  3. Raised eyebrows that beat me down. How dare you mention him? Why did you do such a thing?… came flying toward me in cold condescending words? That is only for the family
  4. I cowered. Stunned.
  5. Fear Grew. 
  6. I closed up.
  7. Family secrets you do not share.
  8. That was just the beginning for him to power up and power over me to control me.

And for many years, it was as if God put me in a boot camp training to learn tough confrontation skills. And now, I speak on this topic and often train men and women on how to confront at conferences.

In May, I will be offering a Grow Your Voice Course on this topic so you can respect yourself and build your confidence.  Four- one hour sessions, coaching booklet included, on Monday May 6th, 13th, 20th and 28th 4-5 ET. for only $199.00 to gain clarity and leave a tough talk with calmness of mind. You will wonder what took you so long to learn this fine art. Join today and for links! Email!

Learn to look your opponent eyeball to eyeball and have courage to speak out in truth with kindness? “not returning evil for evil or insult for insult, but giving a blessing instead; for you were called for the very purpose that you might inherit a blessing” (I Peter 3:9 NASB).

  • Learn how to Face Your Difficult person.
  • Stand. Look eye ball to eye ball. Voice.
  • Stay strong. And then
  • Exit your talk with your head held high!

We are told in Proverbs 3:3 , “Do not let kindness and truth leave you; Bind them around your neck. Write them on the tablet of your heart” (NASB).

I lodged truth and kindness in the front of my brain, like placing two character qualities in twin beds side by side. I also visualized the two words written and engraved upon my heart. I did exactly what I needed to do. I learned to  F.A.C.E. and walked away with a calmness of mind.

Freedom. Grow Confidence in Yourself. Believe in yourself!

RESPECT yourself!

Join me and learn how to F.A.C.E. in the course in May.  Email! to register and for zoom link and payment.