The Confidence Project
Your plan for personal growth, happiness and success science of self-confidence
By Rob Yeung
There's no simple path to being more confident. In fact, there are hundreds of small steps on the road to improved self esteem. But each step can be transformative; begin that journey and try a myriad of proven, techniques with THE CONFIDENCE PROJECT, a unique plan which will transform your life.
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Follow the practical advice within the book and undertake THE CONFIDENCE PROJECT; a complete plan for helping you make better decisions and take action in order to fulfil your true potential.
Often the only thing separating successful people from the crowd is the self-belief they have running around inside their heads and their innate self-confidence. This book isn't about promoting unrealistic positive thinking - it will help you understand the complex psychology of your beliefs, your assumptions, opinions, values, attitudes, judgements, biases and delusions, and provide a pathway to more confidence.
Some of us overestimate ourselves and are overconfident or even unwittingly arrogant and unable to see our flaws. Others underestimate ourselves and are unaware of our full potential. The reality is the most of us overestimate ourselves in some respects and underestimate ourselves in others.
This book will open your eyes, doing away with unhelpful beliefs and instilling new, more helpful beliefs about yourself and the world.
Dr Rob Yeung is a chartered psychologist and author of over a dozen books including the bestseller Confidence (for Pearson's Prentice Hall imprint) and two books for Capstone; How To Win and How To Stand Out.
Since gaining his PhD in 1995, Rob has been working as an organisational psychologist and a director at Talentspace leadership consulting, helping individuals and organisations to improve their effectiveness. His clients include organisations ranging from HSBC, KPMG and British Airways to SMEs. Much of his coaching and training work centres around the beliefs that people have about themselves. Rob has a huge database of fascinating research which he has curated, and hence backs up everything he recommends with examples based on studies conducted by the top scientists, psychologists, neuroscientists and economists in the world.
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07 Sep 2017
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