3.50 (7 reviews)
☑ understand what it means to be authentic (it's not as straight-forward as it seems!)
☑ know your true self
☑ live by your true self day by day
☑ be with yourself openly and honestly without distorting your self-image
☑ build close relationships where people see the 'real' you
☑ live your own life, not the lives of others
“The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.” - Joseph Campbell
This course distills research from psychology into lessons and steps that you can take to live more authentically.
Start living your own life
·Get in touch with your true self
·See the world without distortions and biases
·Build authentic relationships with your partner, friends and family
·Discover what it takes to live authentically
·Become who you really are
Get a full-fledged authenticity course that covers every single factor that will contribute to a life that’s true to yourself.
Being ourselves is at the heart of a fulfilled life. Authenticity plays a major role in fulfilled relationships, a life of passion and honesty as well as self-confidence. People who are able to express themselves authentically, are among the happiest and also most successful people in the world. In this course, you’ll learn how to live your life authentically – based on the scientific research on authenticity.
At the beginning, we’ll briefly cover the What? and Why? of authenticity before we learn which factors contribute to an authentic life. Then we’ll set the basis for living authentically: getting in touch with our true selves. Next we will build on this understanding of our true selves and take all the necessary steps that will lead us to a more authentic life. Throughout the whole course, you’ll get activities, worksheets and more additional material that will lead you through the exact steps.
One more thing: You have a totally unconditional money back guarantee. It allows you to study the course for 30 days and if you are in any way unhappy with it, you will get a full refund, no questions asked! Enrolling in the course is absolutely risk free.
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What it means to be authentic
The Psychology of Authenticity
Self-Understanding - The First Step towards Authenticity
Self-Understanding: The First Step towards Authenticity
Personality: Your Big Five
The Big 5 Personality Traits - Visualized
Link to VIA Character Strengths Survey
Activity: Sentence Stem Completion
Worksheet: Sentence Stem Completion
Activity: SWOT Analysis
Self-Awareness Reflections: Who Am I?
Who am I? - Triumphs and Aspirations
Who am I? - Injuries and Healings
Who am I? - Emotional World
Who am I? - Mission and Legacy
Worksheet: Who Am I?
Unbiased Perception - The Second Step towards Authenticity
Unbiased Perception: The Second Step towards Authenticity
Activity: See the World as It Really Is
Worksheet: Seeing the World as It Really Is
How We Distort Reality
Cognitive Biases I
Cognitive Biases II
Worksheet: Cognitive Distortions
Seeing the world as it really is
Unbiased Perception - Part II
Mindfulness to See The World as It Really Is
What Mindfulness Is
Activity: Guided Mindfulness Meditation
Resources to Help with Mindfulness Meditation
Activity: Exploring Self-Compassion Through Writing
Worksheet: Exploring Self-Compassion through Writing
Activity: Self-Compassion Question
Resources: Self-compassion meditations
Seeing the World as it really is
Authentic Behavior - The Third Step towards Authenticity
Authentic Behavior: The Third Step Towards Authenticity
The Courage to Follow Our Heart
How to Build Courage
Activity: Building Courage
FEAR - Obstacles to Authentic Behavior Change
DARE - Fostering Authentic Behavior Change
What Defusion Means
Activity: Acceptance of Discomfort
Authentic Relationships - The Fourth Step towards Authenticity
Authentic Relationships: The Fourth Step towards Authenticity
Fear of Disconnection: The Enemy of Authentic Relationships
Be Seen Rather than Validated
Activity: Do You Dare to Open up?
Living with Vulnerability
Activity: Opening up
Worksheet: Opening Up
Worksheet: Gratitude Letter
Stop and Reflect
Good Bye and Some Last Words
Basic, obvious - he fumbles too much with words & his constant hand motion is very annoying. Not well presented at all.
Covered topics and ideas are quite fascinating, but the way they are presented are a bit too monotonous.
One of many courses that are scientifically based. Easy to follow along, interact and look up information sources. Great course!