- Stand Up for Yourself and Love Who You Are
- Narrated by: Christopher Hudspeth
- Length: 43 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 06-14-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Peace to the mind
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In this book you will learn everything you need to know about building your self-confidence by setting the right types of goals, retraining your brain, getting healthy, learning to love yourself, and, when all else fails, faking it until you make it. Enhancing your overall level of self-confidence is literally akin to improving your self-worth, which will help you along the way.
In this book you will find the importance of:
Maintaining a great appearance
Building momentum through exercising and eating healthy
Overcoming the fear of uncertainty
Making eye contact when speaking and always giving firm handshakes
The seven best ways to fake it until you make it
And so much more
Do you want to possess the full ability to achieve any desire that interests you? Would you like to wake up every morning feeling fresh and positive, just knowing that the world is yours? Do you often daydream of approaching your life with the self-confidence you wish you had? Nearly 50 percent of all adults exhibit a dearth of self-confidence when it matters most and suffer for it in nearly every aspect of their lives. If this sounds like you, then Confidence: Stand Up for Yourself and Love Who You Are is the book you have been waiting for.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By nadirah on 06-22-16
great book , I thought the book was very on point
Would you consider the audio edition of Confidence to be better than the print version?
yes I do consider the audio edition of confidence to be better than the print version, because I was about to hear it while I imagine it.
Who was your favorite character and why?
chapter 2, because I felt it was about myself to the t.
Which character – as performed by Christopher Hudspeth – was your favorite?
my favorite was the describing about strength.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
the moment that particularly moved me was how having faith in your self provides a person to go a long way.
Any additional comments?
I cant wait to see what in store for the author next book.