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How to Be Confident: The No.1 Sunday Times Bestseller

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James Smith's guide is packed full of candid advice, experience, and passion that will lead the way in helping you to gain the tools you need to empower decision-making and ultimately change your life. Instead, it seemed more like a series of potted, but related, sections (almost akin to a social media blog/instagram or similar - which is the author's traditional forum). If you're wondering whether or not you need this book, if you want to redefine the ways you talk to yourself, think about your failures, and look forward to tomorrow, then you need to read this book. Be open to your own cognitive biases and crooked thought patterns, which might mean facing some ugly truths.

I'm glad that I read it, though and I still love James Smith, but maybe I should stop reading books like these because. I found it an absorbing read, but I don’t think there’s anything too revelatory, as I’ve probably had the same thoughts about issues in my lifetime.Ok, so, long story short - I’ve never actually read James’ other books but what he says on social media resonates with me so I decided to give this one a shot. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item. Mental stimulation- were inspired to do things by those around us- Jim Rohn- average of the 5 people you spend the most time with. It made me think differently not only about confidence, but also about arrogance, impostor syndrome, insecurity, overthinking and so many more. There were some inspirational points in this book, but ultimately if you aren't a non-academic straight white male, you're probably going to feel a little bit short changed.

If you're running a script or application, please register or sign in with your developer credentials here. Well, fear not: no matter how low you feel it is possible to overcome vicious cycles in your mood and behaviour. I think the way it was stitched together could have been more thoughtful, that way the framework would have helped the information connect better and reinforced the lessons throughout. A guide for young people to help them grow in confidence as they navigate the sometimes perilous journey into adulthood. That actually made it readable and I was often surprised with how fast I was getting through sections.There is plenty of information on the science of confidence, lots of examples on dating and Jiu Jitsu however not much I felt I could take away personally. Perhaps I went in with high expectations as I expected a book packed full of practical tips on how to be more confident when, apart from the last 2o pages, it was more theoretical.

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