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Simple Steps to Supreme Self Confidence

 

Copyright 2016 Steve George Ph.D

Published by Shakespir

 

 

 

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Table of Contents

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Preface

 

I often hear people say that they have no self confidence, that they feel their life is a pre-determined failure with no light at the end of the tunnel to look forward to. They believe that everything they try to do will no doubt end in disappointment, or rejection which slowly, yet surely ends with all of their enthusiasm slowly seeping away into the ether.

 

When you see people who are living such an unfulfilled existence, people for whom excitement is being able to stay in bed for an extra 15 minutes in the morning, is it any wonder that stress and depression is growing exponentially nowadays?

 

With such a dark and dismal future to look forward to, sooner or later the point is reached where the ‘victim’ of this un-enthused life gives up trying and settles for a life of submissiveness and regret. A life where although no form of excitement may be on the horizon, at least it’s better than being dead! Well in truth, if, as a person you’re not growing to your full potential, you really are dying inside.

 

The purpose of this book is to help you understand why you feel the way you do, who’s responsible for making you feel this way and what you can do to change it. The process of changing isn’t controlled by me, or the people you surround yourself with. You won’t ever change someone else to conform to the way you think, or act and no one is going to make the changes for you. Believe it or not, every change made will be because you were strong enough and confident enough to do it yourself!

 

Everyone has a certain level of self confidence; the problem of course is that generally speaking, most people have their level set much lower than they’d like it to be. Hopefully, by the end of this book, you’ll be at a stage where you understand how your confidence level became the way it is, why it is that up until now, you’ve been powerless to change it and you’d have developed a strategy for yourself that will enable you to make changes using a set of rules that suit the way you live. For instance, it’s no good being told “the best way to make friends is to join a group of ‘like minded’ people in a social environment”, if you struggle to ask a stranger in the street for the time. To some people, their lack of confidence may show itself simply as a dread of speaking in public for example, while at the other extreme, to others, their lack of confidence may have determined that they have to stay home at all times in case they find themselves in a situation they can’t quickly extricate themselves from. Like I said before, everyone is different and the route that each person will need to take will be different. This will be the start of your journey to finding supreme self confidence within yourself, using your rules. Everyone has self confidence, but for many of us, it can seem like a very long road to travel before we find it and unfortunately it often seems like our battle for self confidence is over before it’s really begun.

 

There’s no ‘magic pill’ I’m afraid. No simple, mental switch that we can turn on for instant confidence and on top of that of course, everyone is unique. The premise behind this book is to help make you the master, or mistress of your own destiny. To give you the tools, the information, the guidance and the structure to help you to discover who you really are, what your strengths and weaknesses are and how to use that information to determine your own future and develop your confidence in the areas you need.

 

You’ll discover during the course of these writings that although you’ve no doubt suffered over the years, at least mentally if not physically because of your low confidence, it’s not set in stone that your future is destined to continue in the same vein.

 

So, settle down in a comfy chair, with a cup of your favourite beverage, a pencil and some paper. Prepare to discover who you really are and how YOU can change your life forever.

 

 

 

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Chapter One – Low self confidence is a learned behaviour.

 

 

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

 

 

In this Chapter you’ll learn;

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. What Confidence is (and what it isn’t).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Why some people are confident, whilst others are not.

 

 

Being Confident, is to have clear and honest belief in yourself as a person and in your ability to contribute value to society in general. To know that your views are no more, or less important than anyone else’s and to be more than happy to not only share your experiences with others, helping them to build their better futures and celebrate in their successes, but also to listen to the experiences of other people, and learn from them yourself.

 

There have often been times when self-confidence has been confused with arrogance. Arrogant people do indeed seem to have a high level of confidence when in the company of others. This apparent self-confidence however, usually stems more from the necessity for them to be dominant, rather than a belief in themselves. If the arrogant person makes a mistake, or fails at something, they’ll produce a whole slew of reasons why it wasn’t their fault and how someone else was to blame. The arrogant person will, in some cases actively try to sabotage, or be-little another’s efforts, in case this other person’s success impacts on their ability to appear successful. The arrogant person believes they are better than everyone.

 

No matter how confident the arrogant person seems on the surface, people generally tend to instinctively stay clear of them. You often hear people refer to them as “hard”, or “heartless”, etc.

 

The self-confident person, on the other hand, knows that mistakes are a part of gaining the final successes they seek and accepts failures as a part of the process. They aren’t afraid to take risks within business and extend their current ‘comfort zone’, knowing that as with every living thing, metaphorically, you either have to grow (and improve your live), or die .

 

The confident person makes mistakes, generally lots of them, but each time takes the opportunity to learn from those mistakes and do better next time. They’re happy to advise and mentor other people and they take pleasure in sharing in the excitement of other people’s successes. They know that they are as good as anyone, but better than no one.

 

As a toddler, we all have oodles of self confidence. We’ll try anything (even though quite often it’s to the detriment of our parents’ sanity). Very often we’ll eat pet food, play with sharp objects, climb on and off of furniture that’s far too big for our small bodies. Climb on window sills, eat worms, slap the dog, etc., etc.

 

Many people would say that we do these things because we don’t yet have a grip on danger, or safety. That’s partly true, but it’s our belief that we won’t be injured (because we have no point of reference), that allows us to partake in these potentially dangerous pastimes. Take for example, the two year old child that’s playing quite happily with their toys, when they notice a cloud of enticing smoke rising from a container on a small table nearby. Intrigued, they slowly move over to investigate this strange phenomenon appearing within their world and grasp for it! The very instant their tiny fingers touch that hot cup of tea, their hand experiences an uncontrollable fire that together with the accompanying emotion, causes them to implant a new belief in their mind. They’ll know in the future that a cup of smoke hurts if you touch it and then they tend to steer clear in the future. For some, it may take more than one experience to stick in their subconscious, but everyone gets there after a couple of painful experiences. So as we grow older and we experience more of what the World has to offer, more and more experiences happen to us and to other people around us and we start to develop our own belief system. A set of rules that’ll decide our future outlook on life and the amount of confidence we have in ourselves.

 

Our initial beliefs are based strongly on the beliefs of the people who surround us. These people can and do, although not usually consciously, implant their beliefs on us by the way they react to certain situations and achievements. By engaging us in their experiences and by us sharing in their enjoyment, we also tend to develop a love for the same experiences as they do, at least initially.

 

If, for instance, our parents were the type of people that took us on adventure holidays, or rock climbing, etc. the chances are good that we would make friends within a similar group of people and would grow to enjoy that kind of lifestyle. We’d most likely become ‘adventure junkies’ as well. Alternatively, if our parents liked to live a more sedentary lifestyle, enjoying a good book, or spending time relaxing with family, that’s probably what we’d prefer. So, our initial upbringing starts us off on a footing similar to that of our parents, or other family members that are constantly present in our lives. Then we start along the path of education and as well as developing new beliefs, a lot of our current beliefs and values are changed, reduced in importance, or strengthened. Up to about the age of 12, our minds are like a sponge. We pick up, mostly unconsciously, on other adult’s and children’s beliefs and values by the way they act with, or to us and then modify our own beliefs according to how those situations effect us, or from the reactions they get from others.

 

What follows is an example of how our belief system and therefore our level of self confidence can be determined by outside influences. For this example, I’m going to use the age old situation of a schoolyard bully. Before I start down this rabbit hole, please be aware that what follows is an extreme generalisation, but one that will hopefully give you an understanding of how our minds process things and build up our long term belief structure.

 

When a school has a bully, the children who come into contact with him, or her are generally one of three types; either they see the bully getting lots of attention and want some of that attention for themselves, or they are the person being bullied, (or they feel sorry for that person and stay as far away from the bully as possible so that they’re not next!), or finally, they’re the type of person who doesn’t like the way bullies prey off anyone they see as a physically weaker than themselves and they will stand up for the person being bullied.

 

These children effectively grow into three different types of personality; the ones that grow up to be arrogant and aggressive and who believe that power and oppression is the way to get things done. Next are those individuals that choose to believe that everyone is entitled to equality and they go out of their way to be a success in life, whilst bringing as many people as possible along with them and finally, there’s those that believe the only way for them to survive this awful life is to be submissive to the whims of others.

 

As adults, we see these different types of personality all the time. The first is the sort of person that would normally be said to have an ‘aggressive nature’. This can usually be seen for example, as the boss that everyone dreads seeing in the morning in case they ‘got out of the wrong side of the bed’ that day. The sort of person that makes an important business decision based on what they believe to be right, rather than what the consensus of the Executive Board might be, or what their colleagues might believe. If the decision they make turns out to be successful, they will happily take all of the praise and adulation, but if it fails, it’ll obviously be because someone else involved in the process, messed up! This is the personality type that becomes the aggressor in an abusive relationship, because they don’t always get their way. The types of words banded about with this personality type are usually things like, “arrogant”, “bossy”, “cocky”, “selfish”, “self-centred” etc.

 

The second type are the ones we’d all like to be; The one who gets all of the adulation at parties, the person that everyone wants to be friends with. The self assured person that always seems to have no-end of admirers. The person that seems to have everything they desire and never apparently wants for anything. This is the person that when you walk into room full of strangers, this person appears to be surrounded by her own ‘groupies’, hanging on every word she says. This is the type of person who’s often referred to as ‘the life and soul of the party’, she’s ‘charming’ and ‘funny’, etc.

 

And finally, the type that are generally the quiet ones. The sort of person that “wouldn’t say ‘BOO! to a goose” . The one that stands in the corner of the room at parties. Almost hiding in the shadows, trying their level best not to draw attention to themselves. He doesn’t make eye contact with anyone, feels completely out of his depth and can’t wait for the night to be over! This personality type has probably grown up with some level of inferiority complex, going ‘with the flow’ so that they don’t get noticed and yet they possibly got picked on again and again by various people during their life. They’ll quite often be introverted and shy. Lacking in any real level of self-esteem and will probably be stuck in a hum-drum job, believing they have no, or at least very little chance of progression, because they’re just not as good as any of the other people looking for the same promotion. Some people in this personality type can become so despondent in their abilities that they drift into depression. Some resort to drink or drugs, some eat excessively, others even ‘self-harm’, etc. Also in this group are the sort of person, and many of us will have seen this, that seem to be drawn to partners who treat them poorly. This is the person people refer to as “the quiet one”, or “he keeps himself to himself”, or “Yes, he works in our office, but he doesn’t really talk to anyone and I don’t think anyone knows much about him really.”

 

Please remember that these are extreme examples and there are hundreds of levels in between, but you should be able to see how just one event as a child can make a huge difference to our future selves. I’m sure you can see the correlation between the events that happened in the schoolyard and the long term effect it can have on the people concerned?

 

I used the example of a schoolyard bully, but changes in self-esteem and confidence can occur at any time in our lives; bereavement, health issues, marriage, divorce, childbirth, in fact dozens of things can cause us to become more, or less confident people. Those of us, who struggle with confidence issues and are either married, or are in a relationship for example, will have entered into that relationship for any number of different reasons, but I can pretty much guarantee that not one of those reasons was to improve the way we see ourselves. However, getting married, or being loved by someone else, can give us a huge confidence boost because suddenly, we realise that this person sees a side of us that we struggle to see in ourselves, maybe even a side of us that up until this point, we didn’t even know existed within us. However, just as entering into a relationship with someone can bolster our confidence, ending that relationship can have the opposite effect. In the case of a divorce, or relationship breakdown, suddenly we can begin to wonder if we’re worth a person’s love and affection or; if we’re even worthy of affection at all!

 

The chances are good, that if you’re reading this book, you see yourself as fitting, at some level, into the last group. The group I call ‘The Lurkers’! Please don’t take offence to the phrase, after all, for years I was one too! A lurker is a person who hides in the shadows, watching everything, but never getting involved themselves. If this is you, I have two bits of very good news for you; you’re certainly not alone! A lack of confidence is the most reported reason why people believe they can’t achieve their goals in life. The second is that you can absolutely become self-confident, providing you’re willing to take a few small steps into what for you, is currently unknown and decide to believe that a few uncomfortable moments now will lead to greater benefits in the future.

 

During the course of this book, you’re going to be asked to complete some exercises and you’ll be introduced to some simple steps you can take, to slowly grow your level of confidence.

 

However, be aware that some of these initial exercises may well skim the outside of your comfort zone if you complete them honestly. But, always remember that by building up using ‘baby steps’ and following through on your actions, you’ll soon start to believe in your ability to interact with others, take educated risks and learn how to constantly grow as a person. Before you know it, you’ll be the person everyone wants to be friends with!

 

The process is simple, although I won’t lie to you; it may at times take a certain amount of will power on your part to ‘stick with the program’. After all, you’re going to be changing habits and beliefs that have taken a lifetime to develop, in a relatively short space of time. Those habits and beliefs won’t want to go quietly and may sometimes try to ‘bite back’ There may be times when you might find things a bit more difficult than you’d like, and sometimes, you may start to ask yourself if it’s really all worth it. However, give it time, do the exercises and stretch yourself a little every day and you will be successful.

 

If you find that things seem to be getting difficult for you as you progress through the exercises, that's your low self confidence pushing back. If this happens, remember that Thomas Edison once said that genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration and Henry Ford, the founder of a small motor company from Detroit you may have heard of, once said – “Whether you think you can do a thing, or you think you can’t, you’re right” and I believe he possibly had one, or two successes in his lifetime? Decide to believe you can do this thing and be right!

Chapter One – Summary

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Take things slowly, use ‘baby steps’. Your low level of confidence has probably taken a ‘lifetime’ to achieve. You won’t put it right overnight. Believe me though… it’s worth the wait.

 

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p<>{color:#808080;}. Try to expand your comfort zone just a little bit every day. Complete the exercises that follow in this book and grow a bit each day.

 

Chapter Two – Change is possible

 

 

“Low self-confidence isn’t a life sentence. Self-confidence can be learned, practiced and mastered just like any other skill. Once you master it, everything in your life will change for the better ~ Barrie Davenport

 

 

With the many hundreds (possibly, thousands) of different self-help, ‘increase your confidence’ books on the market, why should you read this one? Well, I’ve lived though the debilitating pains of low self esteem and a very low level of self confidence throughout most of my childhood and early adult life. If it hadn’t been for what, at the time I saw as a cruel act of fate, I may still be the person I was before…..

 

Later in this chapter, I’ll explain how this life changing situation started me out on a quest to understand how the mind initially forms its beliefs and, if necessary, how it can quite easily change a person’s future. How a simple decision made now, can make a huge difference to a person’s understanding of who they are, and who they are capable of being. In my case, it was due to a personal health issue I had during early adulthood. Like I said, I’ll explain all shortly, but to start at the beginning, my low self confidence began to cause me problems when I was 11 years old and had just started at High School.

 

I’d always been quite a shy and quiet person. I had several friends, most of whom had a similar disposition to me and we got on with our lives, whilst trying not to cause any ripples in the fabric of other people’s existence. Unfortunately, my way of living became a beacon for the typical ‘schoolyard bully’. There were two bullies at my high school, both of whom took great pleasure in demonstrating their strength and power over others regularly. I was unfortunately one of the targets for their demonstrations.

 

The experience left me with, among other things, a great sense of loss. Not just a loss of my independence at school, but also a feeling that I’d lost control of myself somehow. It was as though my time there was spent hiding in the shadows, slipping into the background whenever possible and doing my best to become invisible. I spent every day trying hard to get through it, without drawing attention to myself. They say that your schooldays should be the best days of your life, in hindsight, my high school days were possibly the worst of my life.

 

During my five years at high school I’d been punched, kicked, verbally abused, humiliated in the classroom when the teacher wasn’t around, I’d been given detentions for cheating, because the bully told the teacher I’d been copying answers. But even after suffering mental torture, blooded noses, numerous bruises and, on one occasion a broken arm, I managed to survive my schooling relatively successfully in an academic way. On a personality front though, it was an entirely different story. By the time I left school, I was at a point where I felt I had absolutely no self confidence and had lost all interest in pursuing any sort of life outside of my close knit friends and family. I found it incredibly difficult to start a conversation with anyone, including people I knew already and my belief was that I was destined to never make new friends, or develop a lasting romantic relationship with anyone.

 

I was a total introvert. I would explain to my friends and family that I enjoyed my own company, and that I relished the opportunity to spend time alone. All the time wishing I was confident enough to go out socialising and having fun with them. This train of events continued for several years, with me constantly trying to convince everyone that I was the ‘normal’ one and my friends were just ‘crazy extroverts’.

 

As time went on, my self-confidence and self-esteem became so low, that I wouldn’t even sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to my children in our own home, for fear of being judged!

 

Throughout my childhood, I’d always been the type of person that’s generally classed as an introvert, but I still saw myself as a reasonably confident person. My countless experiences at the hands of my aggressors however, were teaching me that I was unworthy of a normal, stress free existence and that my lot in life was to pander to the desires of the Alpha Males in my ‘Tribe’. Over time I began to believe it myself. Steering clear of them whenever I could, or looking in the opposite direction when I couldn’t turn the other way. By giving in to their relentless bullying I’d given them covert permission to change my beliefs about myself. Once the seed of doubt had been sown in my own mind, the resulting harvest was inevitable. That self-destructive state of mind continued on until one day, for no apparent reason, I suffered an unexpected seizure, and my life suddenly changed. I was 27, and was told that the seizure was caused by a tumour on the Frontal Lobe of my brain. After various scans and tests, the Consultant Neurosurgeon went on to tell me that, in his professional opinion, I almost certainly had a Malignant Tumour (Cancer). I had the operation to remove it the very next morning.

 

For four days after the operation I made very little recovery, in fact, on more than one occasion, the surgeons were close to taking me back into theatre because my brain kept swelling and was beginning to press against the side of my skull. Then, on the fifth day, I was told that the tumour had, in fact been benign. I still don’t remember any of this happening, including being told that I didn’t have Cancer. However, three days later, I was at home with my family, well on the road to recovery. This dramatic change lead me down a path to explore the workings of the mind and ultimately, to develop a strategy for beating my low self confidence and starting me out on a world of wonderful experiences.

 

Unbeknown to me at the time, my subconscious mind was protecting me from the future I BELIEVED I had. After all, the night before the operation, I was told that assuming the growth was cancer, the good news was that it wouldn’t spread to other parts of my body and IF I survived a further five years without it coming back, I would be as good as cured!

 

In the years that followed I put my effort into trying to discover how the mind achieved such great tasks and then used that information for the betterment of not only myself, but anyone else that was suffering un-necessarily and wanted my help. Over the years, I’ve studied Psychology, Clinical Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, Psycho-analysis and NLP and I’ve used some of the skills gained from these subjects to help not only myself, but many, many people overcome their low self confidence issues. In my own life, I began and continue to run two successful businesses, I have made presentations and provided live training events to rooms full of people, I was a lecturer at a college for seven years and then spent four years training CEO’s, Managing Directors, etc of multi-national companies. Most of my time now is spent helping people to help themselves by developing programs, training and information products to increase their awareness and build their understanding of simple ways to make big changes that’ll improve their lives.(Details can be found at the end of the book if you’re interested)

 

Before the tumour, surviving each day without feeling embarrassed, or foolish was the mainstay of my life. But… with the realisation that we each have the power to change the way we react to things and with the knowledge that we alone are responsible for the way we feel and act, I’m now certain that anything that has been achieved by anyone in the past, can be achieved by YOU, or me! And, by the time you’ve reached the end of this book, and completed all of the exercises, you’ll believe the same thing too :-)

 

I would just like to say, I haven’t told you my story to boost my ego, or to impress you. I tell it simply to demonstrate that even the most crippling of confidence issues can be repaired, provided you’re committed to making the changes necessary. After all, if you continue to make the same choices every day, you’re only going to get the same results every day, so if you want different results, you have to make different choices. It’s MY job to help you make those choices as stress free as possible and give you as much information as I can to help you make the changes necessary. What a person can do is extraordinary, what they will do, however is often very different! The fact that you've decided to buy this book and are actually taking steps to read it, puts you ahead of 90% of the people who buy self-help books. You'd be surprised how many people buy self-help products and then never open them. It's as though they believe that purely buying a product that will help them change their life, will make it so.

 

As you progress through this book, especially in the beginning it may help your focus if you set aside a few minutes every day to remind yourself why you’re travelling this road of self discovery. Remind yourself of the things you’ll be able to achieve as you follow your path to greatness. Make notes of all the things you’d like to achieve in your life, the happiness you’ll be able to bestow on others once you’ve reached your pinnacle of self confidence. Remember that a goal is simply a dream unless it’s written down, so make notes of the things you achieve and where you want this journey to take you. Start taking action toward that goal and it eventually becomes a reality.

 

One of the best things you can do to help you get clarity on your life, is to start a daily journal. It’ll help you to recognise the things you have already that bring pleasure to your life, to brainstorm the things you want to achieve, to take note of the successes you have every day, etc. If this isn’t something you’ve done before, it might seem a bit daunting at first, but it really isn’t once you get started. Once you’ve done it consistently for a few days, it becomes second nature. After you’ve tried it for a while, if you want, you’ll find some things at the back of the book that will add another dimension to your journaling. On the subject of which medium to use, many people prefer the ‘feel’ of actually writing with pen and paper. If that’s you, go and get yourself a simple ‘page-a-day’ diary and just scribble your random thoughts every day. Even if what you write everyday is completely pointless, at least it’s not taking up space in your brain, which now gives you more room for more important things. Personally, I prefer to use a digital journal. There are many available and when I first started, I used a little program called Red Notebook. It’s available for free and runs on just about any operating system. Nowadays, I use Evernote because I can add to my journal at anytime of the day using the mobile app, as well as my desktop computer and my musings are synced across all of my devices.

 

One of the many benefits of using a digital diary app is that it’s searchable. There’s nothing worse than trying to find that brilliant idea you had three, or was it four, or maybe, actually it was seven months ago and not being able to find it (except of course, not having the idea in the first place!). If you use an electronic version, finding it is as simple as entering a search term.

 

If you don’t already have one, it would also be good idea to get yourself a small, pocket notebook. It’s an ideal way to take notes of your progress during the day and also, as you work your way through this book, there will be times when something you’ve learned about, or an exercise your doing sparks something in you during the day. If you have a means of recording that, if could be useful later. In a later chapter you’ll discover why it’s so important to write things down, rather than trying to keep them in memory until you can use them later. The final portfolio of notes, etc. will also be a good reference guide to go back to as well, if you need to reassure yourself just how far you’ve come. So, if you’re ready, let’s begin to turn your life around!

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Simple Steps to Supreme Self Confidence

The purpose of this book is to help you understand why you feel the way you do, who's responsible for making you feel this way and what you can do to change it. The process of changing isn't controlled by me, or the people you surround yourself with. You won't ever change someone else to conform to the way you think, or act and no one is going to make the changes for you. Believe it or not, every change made will be because you were strong enough and confident enough to do it yourself. Everyone has a certain level of self confidence; the problem of course is that generally speaking, most people have their level set much lower than they'd like it to be. Hopefully, by the end of this book, you'll be at a stage where you understand how your confidence level became the way it is, why it is that up until now, you've been powerless to change it and you'd have developed a strategy for yourself that will enable you to make changes using a set of rules that suit the way you choose to live. For instance, it's no good being told "the best way to make friends is to join a group of 'like minded' people in a social environment", if you struggle to ask a stranger in the street for the time. To some people, their lack of confidence may show itself simply as a dread of speaking in public for example, while at the other extreme, to others, their lack of confidence may have determined that they have to stay home at all times in case they find themselves in a situation they can't quickly extricate themselves from. Like I said before, everyone is different and the route that each person will need to take will be different. This will be the start of your journey to finding supreme self confidence within yourself, using your rules. Everyone has self confidence, but for many of us, it can seem like a very long road to travel before we find it and unfortunately it, often seems like our battle for self confidence is over before it's really begun. There's no 'magic pill' I'm afraid. No simple, mental switch that we can turn on for instant confidence and on top of that of course, everyone is unique. The premise behind this book is to help make you the master, or mistress of your own destiny. To give you the tools, the information, the guidance and the structure to help you to discover who you really are, what your strengths and weaknesses are and how to use that information to determine your own future and develop your confidence in the areas you need. You'll discover during the course of these writings that although you've no doubt suffered over the years, at least mentally if not physically because of your low confidence, it's not set in stone that your future is destined to continue in the same vein. By using a series of reflective techniques and simple exercises, you'll soon be experiencing the efffects of your own supreme confidence!

  • Author: Steven George
  • Published: 2016-07-15 12:35:08
  • Words: 26083
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