Ep. 30 Things We All Go Through

It helps to know you aren’t alone. In this episode I reveal some of the things that amateur ballroom dancers bring to sessions to get help with.
See if you can relate!
Here are just a few:
When I get bumped in a comp, I lose my place and struggle to get back on.
I constantly worry that I am disappointing my teacher because I am not living up to my potential.
I worry I am going to look stupid and people are going to think I don’t belong on the floor.
I have totally lost control of myself in a competition and started crying in front of everyone.
I worry my teacher is going to drop me as a student because I am not performing as expected or I’m not good enough.
I directly tie the results to my worthiness.
When I go to comps all I can think about is how I don’t want to mess up, f up, make mistakes, forget things, disappoint people.

…and many more!


It’s time to

Level Up!

Isn’t it time you took your dancing to the next level? Your head is what’s in the way and I can help. The fastest way to overcome your head drama is to schedule a strategy call. It’s free, it’s fun, and we can skip right to addressing the specific obstacles to YOUR ballroom success. You’ve got nothing to lose!

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I'm Amber haider

As an amateur ballroom dancer myself, I understand the issues that come up for dancers, the pressures of competing, and the desire to make the most of my ballroom experience. I also really like to WIN! As a Life Coach by vocation, I have the tools to cut through the mental garbage that is holding you back so that you can maximize your potential. Using my own tools, I have been able to skyrocket my own skills, learn faster, lessen the pressure, win more and have tons more fun. I can show you the way. Here’s a couple tools to get you started:

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