CHANNILLO
Extreme Esteem
By Murray Fuhrer

Series Description:

"Think of it as your weekly pick-me-up, with no caffeine added. Each week, Murray will provide thoughtful and practical insights and advice to help build your self-esteem and uncover your true potential."

Category: Columns
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Murray Fuhrer:

The Self-Esteem Guy, Murray Fuhrer is a certified master hypnotist, intuitive hypnotherapist, professional workshop facilitator, dynamic public speaker and self-esteem expert. He has been a professional writer and broadcaster in Western Canada for over 30 years. 

Owner and Director of Advanced Hypnosis Seminars and Extreme Esteem Workshops, Murray teaches the self-esteem and personal empowerment workshop, Extreme Esteem - The Four Factors.

His regular column (Extreme Esteem) has appeared in the Red Deer Advocate and Central Alberta Life since 2004 and reaches over 52,000 households weekly with practical advice on improving your self-esteem. 

Murray has written and sold over 1000 works to publications across the country and now writes exclusively on the topic of self-esteem.

His book, Extreme Esteem – The Four Factors is now in a fourth printing and was considered for a provincial literary award.

Murray is a member of the International Council for Self-Esteem

Notes:

Factor Number One: Early Programming

Beliefs are something we accept as true, without question. We live our life around them, often without thinking about them, questioning them or even being aware of them. An estimated 80 percent of our belief system is in place by the time we’re 10 years old and only 10 percent of us will ever raise our awareness and re-examine those beliefs. Lack of awareness of a choice is the same as having no choice at all.

 

Factor Number Two: Reinforcement of Belief

Despite our best efforts, we find ourselves repeatedly in the same kind of unhealthy relationship or stressful financial situations – unable to break free of a patently destructive pattern of behavior. Our seeming inability to resolve these patterns – based on false beliefs and values – can be demoralizing and affect our self-worth.

 

Factor Number Three: Self-Responsibility

To perform at your best and feel terrific about yourself, you have to be in a perpetual state of building self-esteem and maintaining it – pushing yourself beyond your usual mental and emotional limits. You need to take complete responsibility for the content and quality of your mind and the attainment of your dreams.

 

Factor Number Four: Effecting Change

Change begins with a choice. Many of us settle for far less than we’re capable of achieving and can’t understand why we feel so dissatisfied and frustrated with life. The truth is we have an inborn drive toward the realization of our full capability. Change in the hearts and minds of individuals can bring great and far-reaching results. Carry an inner will and courage to make a difference and become an agent of change.







Series Description:

"Think of it as your weekly pick-me-up, with no caffeine added. Each week, Murray will provide thoughtful and practical insights and advice to help build your self-esteem and uncover your true potential."

Category: Columns
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Murray Fuhrer:

The Self-Esteem Guy, Murray Fuhrer is a certified master hypnotist, intuitive hypnotherapist, professional workshop facilitator, dynamic public speaker and self-esteem expert. He has been a professional writer and broadcaster in Western Canada for over 30 years. 

Owner and Director of Advanced Hypnosis Seminars and Extreme Esteem Workshops, Murray teaches the self-esteem and personal empowerment workshop, Extreme Esteem - The Four Factors.

His regular column (Extreme Esteem) has appeared in the Red Deer Advocate and Central Alberta Life since 2004 and reaches over 52,000 households weekly with practical advice on improving your self-esteem. 

Murray has written and sold over 1000 works to publications across the country and now writes exclusively on the topic of self-esteem.

His book, Extreme Esteem – The Four Factors is now in a fourth printing and was considered for a provincial literary award.

Murray is a member of the International Council for Self-Esteem

Notes:

Factor Number One: Early Programming

Beliefs are something we accept as true, without question. We live our life around them, often without thinking about them, questioning them or even being aware of them. An estimated 80 percent of our belief system is in place by the time we’re 10 years old and only 10 percent of us will ever raise our awareness and re-examine those beliefs. Lack of awareness of a choice is the same as having no choice at all.

 

Factor Number Two: Reinforcement of Belief

Despite our best efforts, we find ourselves repeatedly in the same kind of unhealthy relationship or stressful financial situations – unable to break free of a patently destructive pattern of behavior. Our seeming inability to resolve these patterns – based on false beliefs and values – can be demoralizing and affect our self-worth.

 

Factor Number Three: Self-Responsibility

To perform at your best and feel terrific about yourself, you have to be in a perpetual state of building self-esteem and maintaining it – pushing yourself beyond your usual mental and emotional limits. You need to take complete responsibility for the content and quality of your mind and the attainment of your dreams.

 

Factor Number Four: Effecting Change

Change begins with a choice. Many of us settle for far less than we’re capable of achieving and can’t understand why we feel so dissatisfied and frustrated with life. The truth is we have an inborn drive toward the realization of our full capability. Change in the hearts and minds of individuals can bring great and far-reaching results. Carry an inner will and courage to make a difference and become an agent of change.