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A quick technique to building self esteem

Why do we find it difficult sometimes to be happy every day?

It’s not because there’s something wrong with you.  Life is hard sometimes.

Adulting is hard work yo.

…And we’re not taught how to deal with hard times.

…And happiness can be hard to find on a daily basis.

I promise you – you’re not fucked up!!

We grow up creating negative beliefs about ourselves all the time.

In fact, the first 7 years are critical in developing our belief systems.

The real messed up thing is that we’re not even aware of these beliefs most of the time!

A lot of us talk about the messed up things we’ve been through (especially as women).

So here’s a quick and simple technique that will do massive things for your self esteem.

Give it a go and leave me a message below to tell me how you felt afterwards.

Love KO

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Kortney Olson is a visionary powerhouse who is making her mark to create a world where women are free from all forms of self-harm. Kortney is the Originator of the not-for-profit organisation, Kamp Konfidence, which is a prevention-based wellness experience for teenage girls aged 14-17 that has taken the country of Australia by storm. The Kamp Konfidence team are on a mission to teach the habits, principles and lessons that aid the development of self love, all in a non-judgemental, fun and friendly environment.

Kortney is the first and reigning Australian Women’s arm wrestling champion, Queensland state Brazilian jiu jitsu champion, 4 time international bodybuilding competitor, author, TV personality, certified personal trainer, and Olympic lifting and cross fit coach. Kortney is here to raise the bar-bell in gender equality.

Kortney’s proudest accomplishment is being crowned as “The woman with the world’s deadliest thighs” by Stan Lee, creator of Marvel Comics, after she appeared on an episode of Superhumans where she demonstrated her leg strength by smashing watermelons between her thighs, exerting 3 times the crush force of a reticulated python, and knocking out a professional MMA fighter.

“I have this unshakeable belief that if the female energy isn’t united, lifted up and emancipated globally, our chances of survival as a human race are slim to none. How can we focus on be our best when we’re busy fearing we look our worst?”

Kortney loves dogs, plays golf, and likes to leave the toilet seat up after using the men’s restroom. She’s also certified as a Laughter Yoga instructor and a Psych-K Facilitator, with the aim to empower and inspire people to seek natural wellness.