Self-Empowerment 

Through

Self-Awareness

ABOUT THE SETSA PROGRAM

The SETSA program is conducted as a workshop, comprising between 12-16 participants at a time. During the workshop setting information is provided with the intention to promote introspection and sharing in a safe environment. An environment where 

Participants are 

  • encouraged towards introspection, i.e. to ‘take stock of where they are’ in their lives

  • identifying as far as possible how they got there, be it due to past underlying issues, wavering relationships and or experiences of grief

  • to accept and acknowledge how they got there 

  • look ahead instead of using the review mirror to the past

  • consider their purpose in life, 

  • look at their desired values and beliefs that they now wish to live by define measurable and sustainable goals that they will adhere to take responsibility

  • to INVEST IN THEMSELVES by realising that it’s their lives, their time and about their (conscious) choices in order moving forward positively.

The program is NOT about providing more information, more knowledge or intellectual stimulation but rather one of searching within to find either one, two or three aspects that could really help one to take that step towards making that change in ones’ life.
It’s an experiential process. 


There's no compulsion and no need to accept or remember all the topics in the material provided. There’s no formal ‘testing'. 
As facilitators of change we have no interest in testing one’s intelligence, one’s memory, recall or even net worth. 
The focus is simply on defining and applying per the principle:


     “Learning = Behaviour change”


Given numerous amounts of feedback and the time constraints in offering no more than two to three workshops per month, as well as the demand to reach more people a calculated decision has been made to extend and offer the SETSA Programme via a social media medium.


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We hope and pray that the material would be beneficial to at least one person out there, God Willing.

TOPICS COVERED IN SETSA

1. Introduction. What is Self-Empowerment,        Self-Awareness?
2. Knowledge / Wisdom/ Learning
3. Thoughts
4. Trust/Confidentiality/Respect/ Contract
5. Maslows Hierarchy / My Purpose
6. Joharis Window / My Transparency
7. Personality and Character
8. Feelings. Sympathy and Empathy
9. My Life Now / Personal Timeline
10. Recap/Review
11. Time

12. Prejudice and Labels
13. Role Models and Legacy
14. Values and Beliefs
15. Relationships Parts A and B)
16. Heart versus Head
17. Ego versus Soul
18. Emotions
19. Grief (Part A)
20. Grief (Part B) – The Story
21. Emotional Intelligence
22. Power

23. Recap/Review
24. Communication
25. Anger
26. Conflict management
27. Generation Gap
28. My “Struggle”
29. Freedom
30. Happiness
31. (a) Self Esteem (b) The Little Things
32. Goals and Risks
33. Wrap up

Findingyourself, yourpurpose, livinglifetothefull,understandingyourself, selfempowerment, selfawareness,lettinggo.fulfillyourdrea,realiseyourpotential

WHY SELF AWARENESS?

Aristotle once said that "Knowing yourself is the beginning of all Wisdom".
This knowing one’s self is one of Awareness. That is Being Aware of every given moment in the essence of being alive, being 'present' in one's own life, and by taking charge rather than being constantly stuck in the past or fearful of the future.
Being Aware of one's feelings, of one’s emotions is the first step to taking charge and 'control' in making conscious decisions as opposed to having life pass you by, living in a daze, being on 'auto pilot' or even reacting blindly. 
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WHY SELF EMPOWERMENT?

"People who empower themselves don’t see the world as the source of their problems"
Jayrenan
At the core of every being is the deep need to belong, be connected to contribute. When one feels ‘less’, the zest for living slowly diminishes.Through the SETSA programme we encourage individuals to take stock of where they are and what they believe they need to do to fulfil their potential, however they define it.
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PARTICIPANTS FEEDBACK

“Just love all the topics and most of it really open my eyes and mind for example, Trust. I have a big problem trusting people but love to work with children”

“This course was inspiring and benefitted me in all spheres of my life. Five days took me out of a hole I dug for over 37 years. Now I can breathe.Thanks"

"Mind blowing. Life changing. Changed my outlook on everything"

"Gave me hope to move on in life"

"Opened my mind to my potential. Helped me decide on how to deal with situations I am faced with"

“ I learnt to focus on my area of influence and this opportunity allowed   me to tap into my personal potential and discover where exactly do I stand. I am now ready to take on more"

"...That Life has a greater meaning. I am in control of my Destiny"

"Helped be become and better human and have a more positive mindset"

"Am now more aware of my Emotions and Feelings"

"Made me realise that there's more to life than money, power and freedom to do as you please"

UPCOMING SESSIONS

TOPICS COVERED IN SETSA

1. Introduction. What is Self-Empowerment,        Self-Awareness?
2. Knowledge / Wisdom/ Learning
3. Thoughts
4. Trust/Confidentiality/Respect/ Contract
5. Maslows Hierarchy / My Purpose
6. Joharis Window / My Transparency
7. Personality and Character
8. Feelings. Sympathy and Empathy
9. My Life Now / Personal Timeline
10. Recap/Review
11. Time

12. Prejudice and Labels
13. Role Models and Legacy
14. Values and Beliefs
15. Relationships Parts A and B)
16. Heart versus Head
17. Ego versus Soul
18. Emotions
19. Grief (Part A)
20. Grief (Part B) – The Story
21. Emotional Intelligence
22. Power

23. Recap/Review
24. Communication
25. Anger
26. Conflict management
27. Generation Gap
28. My “Struggle”
29. Freedom
30. Happiness
31. (a) Self Esteem (b) The Little Things
32. Goals and Risks
33. Wrap up