I PROJECT CONFIDENCE programs simply train you to LISTEN TO YOUR INTUITION AND TRUST YOUR INSTINCTS
IPC programs promote self worth, accepting of one's values and importance of place in society, family and community.
All programs/materials written and presented by IPC facilitators are based on the 3 Is INTUITION, INDICATORS and INSTINCTS.
A NOTE FROM DEBORAH ANTICH, IPC Creator:
How do you learn to be confident? That's a question I’ve been asked over and over.
The answer is: I've spent my whole life in training.
I was trained - literally from birth - by my father, a Dallas Police Officer - so my training was very specific. He took the knowledge he was constantly acquiring from his occupation and applied it at home. On the flip side of that training, was my Mom, an amazing woman full of love and compassion for others, starting with her family. She taught us that love is important, without that the instincts training from my Dad would have been only half as effective. She taught us that EACH of us (me, my two brothers and two sisters) were unique, Fiercely Cared For and not only LOVED but that each of us had a purpose, starting in our Family, extending to our Friends, our Community and so on.
That was my childhood training. It didn't stop there, I continue my training every day, I gained knowledge I apply and now teach others from many different places: Coaching Soccer, Private Consulting - Business and Personal, Working with different ranges of organizations and probably most importantly the service work I do with the courts, children and families through Williamson County CASA. My training is ongoing. So is yours. The question I pose to you is: What is YOUR training IN? Do you know?
All my years of training have taught me:
Not to be afraid.
To be aware of my surroundings
To listen and really HEAR what people were saying to me
To always do things for myself, not to expect someone else to do it for me
Set Boundaries for myself, and always Present as a PEER
It's also about knowing what NOT to do.
I use the word “trained” because training is different than teaching. When you are taught something, you are presented with information, you learn it, and move on. With training, you live it. You incorporate it into your life, and build on it. It becomes a part of who you are. Confidence becomes a part of who you are. And confidence comes with training. Someone who is “in training” is always learning and applying what they’ve learned. Training includes making some mistakes along the way. Part of the training is recognizing those mistakes and learning from them. Mistakes are OK. Mistakes are expected. Soon by applying your training you’ll begin to recognize them before they happen, and you’ll know the right choices to make. How you ask?
IT'S ALL ABOUT TRUSTING YOUR INSTINCTS.
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