Are You Good Enough?

15 Ways to Build a Confident Mindset
Letto da: Graeme Malcolm
Durata: 3 ore e 50 min
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Following the success of Drop the Pink Elephant, Bill McFarlan and leading psychiatrist Dr Alex Yellowlees from The Priory offer explanations about what affects confidence. In addition, they offer practical advice to build confidence and become a happy, well-rounded individual.

Whether you are leading a high-powered corporate lifestyle, at home raising a family, studying at university, or unemployed Are You Good Enough? will help you to create confidence and boost it - so that you reach your goals, banish low self- esteem, and eliminate self-doubt. And it's explained in terms that all can understand.

Imagine being able to replace negatives with positives, having clarity, and being able to pay and accept compliments with sincerity. Think about how good it would be to be direct with your manager about being overworked on your project and not being able to make a deadline, without feeling anxiety and stress. Learn how to "prune" "all take and no give" friends and have healthy, balanced friendships. Learn how to boost your own confidence and pass your awareness of self-esteem onto your children, encouraging them to thrive and be confident adults.

It is not possible to alter past circumstances that had detrimental effects on your mindset, but it is within your grasp to learn how to change your attitude and outlook to become the contented, confident person you would like to be.

Let Are You Good Enough?, based on real-life experiences, triumphs, tragedies, and solutions to deep-seated problems, show you how.

©2006 Bill McFarlan and Alex Yellowlees (P)2009 Audible, Inc.

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  • 21/11/2009

Good info but low on suggestions

This book does a really good job presenting the many usual problems that lead to confident problems.
The cases presented are realistic and really easily relate-able.
The story used to carry the reader through the cases is also quite well written and does a good job keeping the reader's interest.

The book, however, comes a little bit short on giving suggestions on actually solving the presented problems that lead to low-confident.
There were many time when I felt a strong resonance to the problem being presented but was left hanging at the end as the book never really gave any suggestion as to how to get out of the problem.

Overall still a really good listen. Worth a try.

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