2016 Book of Self-Confidence and Motivation

by P Clarke

Publisher: Paul Clarke

Publication Date: August 12, 2016

ISBN: 1230001308853

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Would you like to be confident?

Would you like to feel strong in difficult situations?

Are you ready to feel comfortable in yourself?

Are you ready to end self-doubt?

Are you ready to have a positive mind-set?

There is no need to struggle to get out of your comfort-zone. There is no need to fear anything or anyone, and in this book I hope to prove that to you, or rather to help you prove it to yourself.

Anyone can be confident as there is no big mystery on how to be that way. The good news is, is that you already have the know-how to be self-confident it is just somewhere down the road you have forgotten that you are more than capable.

If you had an expensive necklace and you placed it in your safe but then you forgot the combination to get it back out, you would still own the expensive necklace. You would still have it, the only problem that you have is that you have forgotten how to unlock the safe door. And that is the same with self-confidence. You already have it, but you have forgotten, or rather don’t realise that you have the right combination already within you to retrieve it.

2016 Book of Self-Confidence and Motivation is not about wearing designer clothes, walking straight, looking people in the eye and so on, and you are not going to be asked to be the life and soul of the party. That is not about being confident, that’s about looking confident.

2016 Book of Self-Confidence and Motivation is also not about changing who you are. There is no need to change, as the person that you are is equal to everyone and everything. This book is to remind you that you have no reason not to feel confident, and when you realise that there is no reason to lack confidence then you will be that confident person.

You already own a good list about yourself and a bad list. When you feel lack of confidence you are simply programming your mind with the wrong list.