Do you lack confidence or self belief?
Join the club. Millions of otherwise smart people lack the confidence to achieve their full potential at work, in their careers and even in their personal pursuits. Yet confidence isn t something that can be conjured from motivational exercises or via quick–fix techniques.
Confidence is something you must build for yourself. It takes planning and action, deciding where you want to gain confidence and how it must be won. It will require courage, optimism and resilience.
In this follow–up to his international bestseller What s Stopping You? Robert Kelsey offers a deep understanding of confidence, suing extensive research analysis, as well his own experiences, to help you to:
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Lots of interesting content in here. It is much better than your average self-help book. It is well researched and the writing has an engaging style.Published 8 months ago by Alex Quigley
I felt I was not as confident as I could be and downloaded this book because of the great reviews. I was impressed. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Stepas
Interesting read, however the constant references to see Chapter? is off putting as I want to move immediately to see the subject.Probably will be more cohesive in the second read.Published 18 months ago by George
I found this book extremely helpful, the author immediately makes clear that this isn't a lecture, this is his experiences on what has worked he's sharing with you. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dinah85
What's stopping you from being more confident
Reading too many self-help books? This wasn't too bad as far as self-help books go. Read more
This a very thorough self help book about our confidence. I hadn't expected it to contain as much research as it did and I was also impressed with the personal experiences... Read morePublished 23 months ago by SJSmith
Having already read Kelsy's earlier work, `What's Stopping You?: Why Smart People Don't Always Reach Their Potential', Jul 12, I knew what to expect and I wasn't disappointed. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Pompom
The author presents a reassurance that he too was lacking in confidence and therefore knows what he is talking about. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
I can only say it's OK but I didn't find it helpful. I have no further opinions about this bookPublished 24 months ago by Rah-Rah