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What is ‘How to be Confident’?

There is a common misconception around confidence being an in-born personality trait – as people, we are either confident or not. On the contrary, at The School of Life we strongly believe that confidence is a skill that can be practised and learned. This class is for anyone who wants to build confidence in some area of life.

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What is ‘How to Develop Self-Knowledge’?

Self-awareness isn’t always easy. We can be sidelined by fear, a reluctance to look within and a culture which keeps us distracted and unaware. This class guides us to take key steps towards self-knowledge. Through exercises and conversation we reach insights in a remarkably short space of time – excited by the task of understanding the person we may be a stranger to; ourselves.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is ‘How to be Confident’?

There is a common misconception around confidence being an in-born personality trait – as people, we are either confident or not. On the contrary, at The School of Life we strongly believe that confidence is a skill that can be practised and learned. This class is for anyone who wants to build confidence in some area of life.

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What is ‘How to Enjoy Life?’

This is a class about appreciation and becoming better at discovering. It’s a class about about learning how properly to live rather than simply going through the motions. Along the way, we learn to connect, to take joy in the sky, to feel less guilty about enjoying the good times – and to remember what we can legitimately smile about, even in the most challenging of eras.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is ‘How to Develop Self-Knowledge’?

Self-awareness isn’t always easy. We can be sidelined by fear, a reluctance to look within and a culture which keeps us distracted and unaware. This class guides us to take key steps towards self-knowledge. Through exercises and conversation we reach insights in a remarkably short space of time – excited by the task of understanding the person we may be a stranger to; ourselves.