Do you know someone who is so effortlessly cool, calm and collected that nothing ever ruffles their feathers? Do you find yourself wondering how they do it, so comfortable being themselves without a care in the world? Do you wish you could have even half of the confidence they have in order to erase self-doubt and stop worrying about what other people are thinking about you?
This book spills the secrets of highly confident people, not just of their natural responses and reactions to everyday situations, but also their unique thought process that sets them apart from the rest of society. It shows common behaviours that aren’t beneficial to self and the importance of self-love in building successful relationships. Amazingness Keys in each chapter will help you develop higher levels of self-confidence and ultimately revolutionise your relationships with self, family, friends, romantic partners and professional colleagues.
Out June 7, 2019
I received this book in exchange for my honest review.
This is a non-fiction, self-published, self-help/how to book that is really an opinion book.
I appreciate the author’s take on the following chapters, but I must agree to disagree:
Confident People Don’t Care What Others Think
Confident People Don’t Try To Look Cool
Confident People Are Not Competitive
Confident People Are Not Desperate For Approval
Confident People Don’t Run Others Down
Confident People Don’t Compare Themselves To Others
Confident People Are Not Afraid To Apologize
Confident People Don’t Copy Others
And that’s where I had to stop as I found myself disagreeing with more and more she wrote. I thank her for sharing her little book with me.
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