Why is it that we are trained to believe that if we use that bottle of "magic" that we're going to feel better about ourselves? What is it in that bottle that is going to make us feel more beautiful and authentic to others? Why is it that people think that Botox is going to make people love them more? Many times Kelly was given a bottle of something that was promised to make her scars disappear and make her beautiful. She knew no matter what, it wouldn't work. She only knew one thing: “that her self-esteem and beauty had to come from her heart and soul not from the faulty magic.”
Let’s face it, in today’s society there is enormous pressure for girls and women to look a certain way and to feel bad about themselves when they compare themselves to magazine and television models. As a burn survivor since the age of two, Kelly has had to redefine her definition of beauty. As a child and as a teen, she faced all of the media and peer group pressures. It wasn’t easy, but she overcame the extra challenges feeling beautiful, esteemed and proud in spite of her facial burn scars.
Kelly Falardeau recently faced one of her biggest fears, walking the runway and competing in a beauty pageant. All her life she avoided the spotlight, but this time she faced it head on. Kelly nominated herself for the Every Woman Model Search Competition for two reasons; 1) to challenge herself and 2) to prove to the entire world that it’s inner beauty, confidence, and self-esteem is that makes us attractive and really counts.
You will learn how this burn survivor didn't feel the need to cover up her scars in order to feel great or to succeed.
In this presentation you will learn:
- Kelly’s self-esteem secrets to feeling greater than great
- How to stop depending on other people's opinions
- How to give yourself permission to feel great
- What action to take in order to develop your self-esteem
This keynote is great for teenagers, women's groups, men, charities/associations and in the workplace. Self-Esteem Doesn’t Come in a Bottle can be presented with an action guide in an interactive workshop form.
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