Dramatically Raise Your Confidence And Self-Esteem Almost Instantly! It's Easy And Effortless When You Know How....
Here's just a sample of some of the titles of the tips from Instant Confidence: 92 Tips On How To Build Confidence To Develop Self Confidence And Self Esteem
Tip #1: The ONLY difference between you and successful people is that they choose to focus on their strengths instead of their ‘weaknesses’!
Tip #15: Unless you start challenging yourself then things are always going to be the way they always have been.
Tip #23: Your self-confidence depends on you accepting responsibility for who you are, and where you are.
Tip #35: Without some form of determination – you’re not going to get very far in your life.
Tip #49: By saying yes more often – you will begin to open yourself up to more that life has to offer.
Tip #71: Many of the most self-confident people are actually plagued with self-doubt inside.
Tip #83: Even the most happy and self-confident people make mistakes, and have huge failures!
About the Author: Back in December 2001, Gary Vurnum had to quit his successful banking career of 15 years for because of his seriously ill son. The trouble was - he didn't have any savings, couldn't work full-time, and didn't have any experience outside of the banking industry.
Gary decided that the Internet was the only way that he could earn a living. He began by sharing how he coped under very difficult circumstances, and, thanks to living off of his credit cards, managed to create his own motivational products and build a list of 20,000 subscribers to his ezine.
Over the last ten years, Gary Vurnum has become a recognized expert, not only on self-improvement, but also Internet marketing, and has spoken at many seminars including putting on many of his own. Gary is a published author of over 20 books of his own, and he now has his own publishing company - 23rd July - which has published books for a wide range of non-fiction authors. He doesn't have an office, any staff on the payroll, and doesn't ever have anything booked in his diary, and that's just the way Gary likes it!
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