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Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Imagine how you will benefit from enhanced confidence and self-esteem.

Have you ever noticed that confident people do better at work, achieve more and tend to be more popular? Have you noticed how when you are feeling confident you also get more done, do things better and get along with people more successfully? Would you like to have these feelings of self-confidence more often, and more strongly? How much difference would it make to you if the situations or people or tasks which currently hold you back become things you can take in your stride, or even look forward to? And how useful will it be to feel like this not just once-in-a-while, but every day?
Speaking to you as someone who knows just how great a difference increased confidence makes to people’s lives, this could be one of the most important messages you have ever read. Why? Because lack of confidence and self-esteem – whether in specific situations or just generally – causes you to fall short of your potential, feel bad when you don’t actually need to, and miss out on much of the richness life has to offer you. -  

Kevin Burch BSc, MSc, PGCE, MPNLP, PEFT

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