Imagine how much better your life is going to be when you have unshakable belief in yourself, pure self-confidence!
Over 80 percent of women suffer low self-esteem is some way that prevents them living the life they truly deserve.
World-renowned confidence coach Craig Beck shows you how to quickly develop powerful new beliefs about who you are and what you deserve.
Strong self-confidence really is the secret to living a fulfilling and successful life. Everything from your career and wealth through to your relationships and happiness are all directly linked to how confident you feel.
The Powerfully Confident Woman has already given thousands of women around the world the gift of unshakable inner belief and the power to manifest the life of their dreams, why not decide now and be the next?
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I enjoyed learning about what makes a woman tick and how we should not be afraid to be ourselves. but being ourselves is the hardest thing we can be sometimes!
yes very much so and several times over.
Craig Beck has a friendly, upbeat and professional voice. He is very motivating to listen to and I have found his work life changing literally.
Great for keeping attention! Practical ideas and toops were given! Great start to building confidence especially for someone who doesn't have the tools but even for a person like me who teaches these things there were a few ideas I got from it and would recommend to clients.
I think this book it's okay I like alcohol lied to me better this one it was a little bit difficult to understand and hard to digest for me bad it was not bad
I would change the title of this book to: "Jolted Down Ideas About Shallow-Western-Young Males' Insecurities".
The author doesn't show any insight on women's issues, insecurities, or general aspirations. Most of his examples are of himself, or things that most women do not relate to; like judo martial arts as one example. The only situation that could come close to women's insecurities was the mentioning about physical appearance: his daughter's school friends calling her fat and ugly. Even though, the context in which this example was used was for illustrating a point of minimum relevance to the main point.Occasionally, he'd insert the overly repeated hypothesis of women being afraid of being rejected by "a hot guy". This book lacks depth and empathy. It was irritating to be waiting chapter after chapter for substance that was never delivered.
No. This is my first time. I am afraid to give him another chance and risk being bored out of my skull.
No. I am 99.9% certain that nothing will come out of this book.
Why and how in the world this book got its title?
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