Confidence: How to Succeed at Being Yourself

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Augsburg Books, 1987 M01 1 - 189 pages
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Discover how you can: build inner strength, handle rejection, develop your uniqueness, keep your flaws in perspective, make friends with your body, find a place to excel, expand your network of love, and help others become more confident. These and other practical guidelines, along with fascinating stories and anecdotes, show how you can increase your self-confidence without falling into the trap of self-worship. A book to help you succeed at being yourself.
 

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Contents

Twelve Rules for Building SelfConfidence
10
FOUR FUNDAMENTALS
19
Discovering Your Inner Self
30
Stepping Off the Treadmill
46
Aiming for Personal Excellence
59
DAILY EXERCISES FOR BUILDING
71
Envisioning a Confident Self
82
STEPS TO INDEPENDENCE
93
DEALING WITH THE ENEMIES
119
Shedding the Albatross of Unearned Guilt
135
Building a Network of Supportive
152
Coping with Rejection
161
SelfConfidence without SelfWorship
171
Notes
183
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Alan Loy McGinnis (1933-2005) was a best-selling author, family therapist, business consultant and popular speaker. After a twenty-year career as a minister he became a counsellor and co-founded the Valley Counselling Centre in California. A popular speaker, he also authored more than fifty articles and several more books, including Bringing Out the Best in People and The Friendship Factor.

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