Jewel Diamond Taylor, aka “The Self-esteem Dr.” is a thought leader, conference speaker, life coach, resiliency educator, counselor, author, media personality, and Founder of Women on the Grow, Inc. 501c3. born to impact, inspire, and help others to make their lives easier and better.
No one likes feeling stuck or feeling like their life has no meaning, purpose, joy, or hope. A stressful job, relationship/marriage drama, lack of money, living single, a tired caregiver, an entrepreneur, a leader, severe illness, being in an abusive or dysfunctional relationship, and/or family demands can make you feel alone, overwhelmed, depressed, burned out, and a poor performer in your ministry, in your business, or in your studies.
That’s why conference speaker, life coach, counselor, and author Jewel Diamond Taylor has been so successful and in demand. Taylor, aka The Self-esteem Dr., offers practical solutions, steps, success secrets, and sustainable tools to help you, your relationships, and/or your audience.
Taylor is the founder of Women On The Grow, Inc., 501c3 which offers outreach, experiences, life skills, mentoring, resources, and connections for women experiencing; hardship, divorce, grief, breast cancer, domestic abuse, depression from adverse childhood experiences, single parenting, homelessness, unemployment, parenting, and marriage challenges.
Jewel inspires others by building a bridge of understanding and application between psychology and theology, self-care and emotional/mental wellness, and a bridge between overcoming stress and achieving success. Every Sunday at 3:00 PM (Pacific) Jewel has been curating a faith-building message of; hope, refreshment for the soul, connections, personal development insights, and coping skills to help others to endure and survive this historic pandemic in her signature zoom room.
Jewel is a native of Washington D. C. and presently resides in southern California. This impactful speaker is a wife, mother, and grandmother. Jewel brings a clear insight and authentic voice as an international voice of empowerment and faith increaser born to teach possibility thinking, emotional wellness, strategies for success, self-worth, resiliency, and her signature “PowHERfull Inspiration” and “Filling Station” dynamic training/keynote/coaching.
Jewel has been an inspirational speaker in Jamaica, the Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, Cancun, the Virgin Islands, Brazil, St. Kitts, South Africa, the U. K., and 35 of 50 United States.
To book this transformational speaker, ask questions, or schedule a one-on-one coaching/counseling meeting call 323.964.1736 or email – JewelMotivates@gmail.com
Even though our society enjoys the benefits of technology, fast food, Amazon, Netflix, emails, smartphones and same day dry cleaning…these conveniences have affected our ability to be patient. We live expecting, craving and even demanding instant gratification. There is no APP in the digital world to replace the long process of building relationships or building your business, ministry or friendships. There are no shortcuts.
We want to; lose weight instantly, be promoted instantly, fall in love instantly, receive the hits and “likes” on our Instagram, twitter or facebook posts. etc. There is a process to become; sober, graduate from college, parent your children, develop your confidence, build trust in friendship, mature in your marriage, recover and heal from loss, or have your book to become a best seller.
Be aware of the two demons that can kill your self-worth, patience, faith, and endurance. Craving instant gratification and comparing yourself to others on social media, at church, on your job or what you see on TV has caused an increase of people and youth being easily bored, depressed and addicted to substances to numb their pain. You need faith, time, patience, stamina and coping skills to achieve your goals.
Do not believe the things you tell yourself when you are sad or alone. When you are frustrated and impatient what kind of temptation is knocking on your door (e.g. give up, emotional eating/spending, gambling, deceit/cheat, drugs/alcohol, shut down, disconnect, procrastination)?
If you’re always tired, hungry, lonely, mad, sad, rushed, stuck, scattered, depressed or stressed, you’ll increase the likelihood of giving into temptation. Be careful of the “what-the-hell attitude.” It’s a slippery slope that leads to disaster.
You were born to succeed and overcome those tricks, traps and emotional triggers.
Simply knowing you have to be accountable for your actions keeps you focused on a habit change. Regularly communicate with someone who shares a similar desire to make a lasting change.
~ Jewel Diamond Taylor, keynote speaker, author, life coach, emotional wellness educator, http://www.DoNotGiveUp.net
A few days ago I couldn’t understand why I was feeling down, irritated and exhausted. After I traced my last few conversations, phone calls, places I went and personal encounters…I figured it out. I had a conversation with a person who has the personality of what I call a “vacuum cleaner.” This type “sucks” out all of your joy, energy and oxygen in the room. This type of person can leave you feeling empty, fearful, or depressed. I’m learning more and more of the importance to be careful and have boundaries around people who are like “energy vampires”, “vacuum cleaners”, “joy stealers”, and “blessing blockers.”
Have you ever eaten some food and then became violently sick and realized it was food poisoning? Well I think we should be aware of people in our lives who can give us “mood poisoning.”
Guard your heart, ears, eyes and spirit. The more you detox your life from people, habits and things that rob you of your peace, the more you will be sensitive to mood poisoning people who are critical, self-absorbed, gossipers, naggers, manipulative, negative, complainers, pessimistic, needy and emotionally messy.
People who lack confidence and full of gloom and doom, distrust, and anxiety are a toxic cocktail mix. Learn to be smart with your heart, mind and time. You may work with them or they may be in your family, church, campus, neighbor, organization or circle of friends. Yes, we must learn how to navigate our relationships with love, patience, diplomacy and care. Learn to assess which relationships are healthy and which you need to limit or distance yourself from. ~ Jewel Diamond Taylor
Depression thrives on fear and hopelessness. If your brain is worn out by thinking about stress, anxiety, doom, shame and “what if”…your brain gets exhaustion from the rumination and lack of good sleep. When your brain is flooded with stress hormones, it is difficult for your brain to see new perspectives, possibilities and hope. Shame and low self-esteem thrive on silence, secrecy, judgment and isolation which is the perfect breeding ground for addictions.
As a life coach I help others to find creative ways to get unstuck and calm their thinking and reframe their identity from shame to hope to healing to resiliency.
Call 323.964.1736 to schedule your one-on-one time with Jewel Diamond Taylor or email – JewelMotivates@gmail.com