The Confidence Plan: How to Build a Stronger You
Sourcebooks, Inc., 01/04/2005 - 304 páginas
Few other factors impact your life as much as your personal confidence. The Confidence Plan is a revolutionary guide that gives you a step-by-step process for building a more confident you. This smart and practical book addresses five essential paths to help you boost your self-confidence.
Many people want to grow in confidence, but they try to do it without a plan. And while most confidence books may make you temporarily feel good, they fail to give you concrete ways to grow. The Confidence Plan changes that by offering a six-week practical program for taking your confidence to the next level.
Using examples of unstoppable people whose mindsets have become even stronger than before, Dr. Tim Ursiny shows how you can do the same by following a step-by-step program focusing on:
Dr. Tim's unique, holistic approach guides you through the science and habit of optimism and success, including: o Research on what makes people happy and successful o Links to free guides and resources for trainers, coaches and individuals o Practical, immediate action steps for busy people.
No matter what your current level of confidence, The Confidence Plan can help you take it to the next level.
Resultados 1-5 de 34
Special thanks goes to my stepfather Andy Knight who gave me my first “real” job and taught me busi— ness principles that I use to this day. I also thank my siblings, Kenneth Paul Ursiny and Jamie Ursiny, for their love and support.
... but as coaching great Vince Lombardi said, “the dictionary is the only place that success comes before work” The six—week program with seven daily readings is further divided as follows: The first chapter of each section/week is ...
... increase our self—efficacy to the highest point possible. References: Piper, Hauman 8L Hauman, 1978; Bandura, 2001; Pajares 8C Schunk, 2001 THE APPLICATION (9 First we need to distinguish between self—efficacy, 18 THE CONFIDENCE PLAN.
THE APPLICATION (9 First we need to distinguish between self—efficacy, self—esteem, and self—concept. While there are many different opinions about the correct definitions of these terms, I view these differences as the following.
In one of my first interviews, I had a healthy dose of reality. I called up the radio sta— tion at our assigned time and I got introduced to my New York host. Over the phone she sounded like the “coffee talk” lady from old Saturday ...
Opinião das pessoas - Escrever uma crítica
Beliefs that Lead to Peak Performance
Building Deep Confidence Through Insights and Feelings
Actions that Create Confidence and Success
Developing a Community that Recharges Rather Than Drains
Discovering Unbreakable Confidence by Living Your Purpose and Mission
What to Do in the Next 6 Weeks
Links to Free Resources For Trainers Coaches and Individuals
About the Author