The Practical Self-confidence Book that Defeats Your Four Mental Traps and Makes You Win Your Self-confidence Challenge

We are covering today a self-confidence book that shows you how to do address your self-confidence mind related issues in a simple but radical and very effective way.

self-confidence bookWe know that our mind plays a very important role with our self-confidence. A mind focused on your true objectives at the deepest level will grant you success, but of course you first must get there.

When we approach new challenges, is possible that repeated negative thoughts will arise. When this happens, it for sure undermines our self-confidence and our ability to approach the challenge in a constructive and effective way.

There are plenty of approaches to addressing this. For example, affirmations for self-confidence are a simple starting point to re-educate your mind to a healthier mindset.

Sometimes we find that things are hard at the beginning, but then they becomes easier as we work on them as you gain momentum. But other times things become harder and harder, at the point that your mind seems battling against you.

When this happens, it seems that you’ll never be enough motivated, enough confident, enough fearless to be able to confront your challenges.

Well, there’s an important secret about this.

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Confidence and Resilience – Each one is hard to achieve if you lack the other

Reaching your goals takes dedication, commitment and the willingness to do whatever it takes. When confidence and resiliencethings don’t work, going forward becomes harder and harder. You experience all kinds of disappointments and frustrations. You did your homework, you know things should work, you know your results are somewhere out there. But you are still failing to get the results that should follow and you know you deserve. This is the point where you need both confidence and resilience.

And you come to the point that you seriously start thinking that what you are doing is not working and you should better giving up. Every time you think that you are failing, your confidence lowers and you risk seriously to really give up. Resilience is your ability to not give up when you reach this point. So, while confidence is your ability to take a challenge, resilience is your ability to retry when things are not working. So you need both confidence and resilience to reach your greatest goals.

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