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Love your imperfection!
In today's world, everyone has their own opinion about every other person on this planet. We are all bombarded with perception of us by our society, labeling us who we are, what we should do and what we should not do. It's always about our imperfections and weakness, but never about how to innovate on those imperfections and raise our self-esteem and be a better person.
Do you feel yourself to be inadequate in some ways? Do you feel hesitant about speaking up in public? Do you find it challenging to drive yourself to the accomplishment of your goals?
Do you feel what I'm saying? If yes, then this book is your window to self-discovery, and the discovery of the path towards finding new and innovative ways to harness all those imperfections with which you've been striving to live till now. It's the key to your happiness, because once you've found ways of using your imperfections to build your self-esteem, you'll be a happier and more satisfied individual, with confidence in your own ability to transform your personality and your life.
Listen on to embark on your voyage of discovery - a voyage that will take you across new horizons and new vistas of personal progression. Here is a preview of what you'll learn in this book:
- Why is self-esteem so important?
- What are the key steps to creating a new self and building self-esteem?
- How to discover and work on your imperfections
- How does your body language and communication skills affect your image?
- How to learn and master the art of handling challenges
- How to translate efforts into success
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- Sabrina Fern
Should be called “Only Read if You Have No Self Esteem”
I thought this was going to be about embracing our imperfections. Nope it’s about if you think you imperfect then you better change it. It lacked anything encouraging and felt like a huge let down.