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The bestselling author of Real Moments and Are You the One for Me? shares her unique and inspirational ideas about confidence, defining the term, and telling readers how they can find a source of ...
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The bestselling author of Real Moments and Are You the One for Me? shares her unique and inspirational ideas about confidence, defining the term, and telling readers how they can find a source of confidence inside themselves that allows them to be anything, do anything, and share themselves in any way they want.
Posted August 25, 2000
This book has really helped me, I used to believe that I would be happy with my life after I'd accomplished certain things, but De Angelis explains that true confidence comes from within no matter what is going on in your outer life. I highly recommend this book!!!
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Posted March 22, 2006
Did you ever experience something that afterwards you felt you were destined to experience? Well reading this book was one of those experiences for me. Now I am a fairly confident person or, at least I thought so prior to taking on this quick little read. However, what I learned was that my definition of confidence was only skimming the surface of what confidence really is and I never understood just how deep and extensive a reach confidence has on all aspects of our lives. I simply didn't give it that much thought. While I see my life as wonderful and I've accomplished a lot, it was no wonder why I felt certain areas of my life were not progressing to the degree that I felt they should be. Hmmm a confidence issue? I would have never believed it in a million years. Anyway back to the book. The author does a masterful job at not only defining confidence but, then takes you down a path to help you identify your saboteurs and develop 'true' confidence. This book is definitely worth the read. It just may surprise you the way it did me.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.