The Search For Self – Being Authentic
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In today’s modern society many people have lost sight of (or don’t even know) who they are.
They follow a crowd, a trend, a movement in order to belong and feel part of something.
They post to Instagram, Snapchat or a host of others sites seeking validation and recognition. Defining themselves by the number of likes and followers they get.
But then they feel unfulfilled. The hole in their being is not satisfied.
Sooner or later, this leads them to ask:
Who am I? What am I doing with my life?
Many believe that in order to find the answer to this question they must travel to the far reaches of India, South America or some other country. To take exotic herbs. Go through strange healing rituals. Spend endless hours in therapy.
While this can be helpful, the truth that people seek is actually inside them. Waiting for them to uncover it. To find your true self you just need to look inside yourself.
This level 1 course begins the process to ‘unwrap’ yourself and move to thru the first step to becoming an authentic person. The first important step is that of self awareness. This involves getting to know yourself and who you are.
Within the course you will find clear and helpful lessons that are easy to understand. Your professor, Richard, believes in cutting away the fluff and technical/philosophical aspects so that the course is accessible to everyone.
You will find resources at the end of each module which will help you further in The Search For Self.
Enrol now and let’s take a journey to self discovery.
Richard Butler is a Udemy Professor, life and business coach and business consultant who is changing the way people see life with his highly acclaimed courses.
Previous students have praised is matter of fact, down to earth, no fluff approach to topics within self development.
Who this course is for:
Anyone who has woken up and thought “I am doing the right thing with my life”
A person who is seeking the answer to the question “Who am I?”