Activating your self-confidence superpower can be hard.
Here's the problem...
Our Beautiful Me programs are designed for women and girls of all ages to help them foster the development of self-esteem, self-advocacy, self-confidence, accurate self-perception, and leadership skills.
The Compliment Challenge
Accepting a compliment and learning to appreciate all of your accomplishments is a huge part of the Beautiful Me curriculum. Choose a few friends, give them a compliment and challenge them to accept that compliment without deflecting. Then ask them to do the same thing with a few more friends!
There are many ways to start activating your self-esteem at home. Download some of our resources, such as “5 Tips for building self-esteem,” and guidelines for raising a self-confident child.
Empowering women in honor of
Emma, Alyson and Katie.
Three incredible daughters lost too soon.
Eight-year-old Emma Alexandra was equal parts scholar and athlete, with honors in math and reading as well as gymnastics, soccer, track, basketball and softball. She also loved performing onstage. Emma took her role as the oldest sister very seriously, looking out for her sisters and setting the perfect example for them: polite, helpful, caring and warm.
Alyson Elizabeth had a smile that would light up any room. She was protective and nurturing, vivacious and joyful. At 7, Alyson also excelled at both school and sports, enthusiastically taking part in soccer, softball and gymnastics. She was a smart and loving girl for whom acquaintances became friends instantly and joyfully.
Kate Marie, known to many as Katie, was very mature for her age – inquisitive and self-assured. As all the girls were, Katie was adored by her sisters and her extended family. She loved to dress up and had many, many friends, both boys and girls. Katie was a loving, confident, completely adorable 5-year-old, who embraced life and wanted nothing more than to bring happiness to her friends and family.