Bulletproof Confidence

  • by Patrick King
  • Narrated by Wes Super
  • 2 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Stop making decisions based on fear of failure, rejection, and judgment. Break out of your shell and live boldly.
All the goals you have, all the people you are jealous of, and the life you want to live are unlocked by one simple key: Bulletproof Confidence. Everybody wants it, but how do you get it?
More than "fake it 'til you make it" or "just smile more".
Bulletproof Confidence is filled with real, actionable advice for your life today. It's not generic, borderline useless advice you can read in any blog post online. This book will take you on a deep dive into the depth of confidence, self-perception, and the psychology of confidence - understand yourself so you can break through your mental barriers.
Everything from psychology, biology, and even cognitive behavioral therapy is referenced in giving you the tools to feel more invincible on a daily basis.
Finally feel comfortable in your own skin.
Patrick King is an internationally best-selling author and sought-after social skills coach and trainer. He was also one of the roundest children you've ever seen, and understands the pains and processes of confidence like few others.
This book was written by someone who knows exactly what you're thinking and how you're hurting.



Quiet the voice in your head and live how you want to
Learn the subconscious triggers that make you fearful and what to do about them
Smash imposter syndrome, analysis paralysis, and perfectionism
The life-changing magic of taking action
How to change your self-perception and feedback loops
Become bolder, more fearless, and good enough
How to prepare yourself for any obstacle
Mindsets for success and mindsets to avoid
How cognitive behavioral therapy can help you
Why to embrace the zone of "mere discomfort"

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Customer Reviews

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The narrator is terrible

I couldn’t get past the first 30 minutes of the book because I was so annoyed by the narrator
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- Melissa

Confidence Can Be Learned

Some authors pad the material they want to convey to the reader with loosely associated connections to their subject. This book is not very long that is true. It also is not padded with useless information, it gets right to the point and stays on point throughout the book. The information is concise yet thorough. There is no need for the author to try and make the material complicated. The primary message is that results is based upon taking action. The author lays out a practical and useful plan that when placed into action will help the reader either gain the once elusive quality of confidence or improve an already attained partial confidence.

Once again the narration was superb, which makes it all the more easy to comprehend and take in the concept and process of developing confidence.
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- Donald P. Jane

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-18-2017
  • Publisher: Patrick King