Jamie Edwards is an internationally recognised motivational speaker whose expertise lies in providing top athletes and business people with a fresh perspective and the mental toolkit to achieve peak performance.
Drawing from his own past experience as an international basketball player, who himself had to overcome a height disadvantage, Jamie uses a combination of techniques that he developed into the training programme, Trained Brain.
The feedback from the women in sport and business that Jamie has helped to coach is that they wished that they had had these tools growing up. This, and the fact that Jamie has a young daughter, was the catalyst for Strut Camp.
Strut Camp is a weekend of personal development tailored specifically for women to want to acquire the skills to be more confident. He preaches four steps to achieving this: "Let go of it. Heal it. Resolve it. Deal with it."
In a recent talk, he explained what he saw as the difference between emotions and feelings. Emotions, he said, stemmed from the ego and feelings were connected to the heart. It's important to feel things and experience the full spectrum of feelings; from joy through to anger, as they come to you in "real-time".
When we start to suppress feelings and hold on to them, they then become more stagnant emotions which can be toxic for our personal wellbeing and relationships. Learn to free yourself from emotional baggage and "strut" forth with a renewed sense of confidence.
To book yourself a place on the upcoming Strut Camp in Manchester visit strutcamp.com.