How To Be Successful By Being Yourself
The Surprising Truth About Turning Fear and Doubt into Confidence and Success
By David Taylor
Have you ever asked yourself the really big questions; 'who am I, why am I here and what is the meaning of life?' If you answered 'yes', then this book is for you. No matter what your background, your education, your hopes, dreams and fears, everything you need, to achieve anything you want, you already have within you. This book will help you see the possibilities around you and re-programme your mental software to overcome your fears, doubts, worries and limiting beliefs. So read on, remove your inner voice of doubt and fulfil the promise of your first few seconds, ensuring no regrets in your last.
Everything you need, to achieve anything you want, you already have within you
Welcome to a truly unique book, an interactive experience that will change your life in whatever way you want, just by reading. No hype, jargon or hard work - simply words that will open up new possibilities around you and re-programme your mental software to remove your fears, worries and limiting beliefs. Yes, do yoga, tai chi and meditation - this book will have a bigger impact, faster and cheaper.
- How to make your success a choice, not a chance
- Know exactly why you do what you do
- How to be relaxed, centred and at peace - anytime, anywhere
- Never again worry what other people think about you (while being very popular!)
- How to make peace with your father or mother, whether they are alive, or not
- The nine words that will change your life forever.
Don't lose yourself in a book - read on and find yourself in one.
David is the Founder of Naked Leader, author of the global best-selling The Naked Leader and three follow-ups, and has featured in four TV Series. He works with leaders throughout the world, is the Visiting Professor of Leadership at Ulster Business School, and The Business Ambassador for The Princes Trust. Find out more at nakedleader.com
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- Publication date:
07 Oct 2016
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