100 Ways to Boost Your Self-Confidence: Believe In Yourself and Others Will Too

100 Ways to Boost Your Self-Confidence: Believe In Yourself and Others Will Too

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100 Ways to Boost Your Self-Confidence: Believe In Yourself and Others Will Too by PhD, Barton Goldsmith

100 Ways to Boost Your Self-Confidence will show you how to:

Discover the essence of your personal power and belief in yourself.

Create the life you want with practical, feel-good behaviors.

Reduce your doubts, increase your self-worth, and make your world a better place.

Improve the quality of your relationships by changing the way you think about yourself and how others think about you.

Become your best self by employing these easy-to-use techniques.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781601631121
Publisher: Career Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 05/20/2010
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 696,263
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author


Dr. Barton Goldsmith is a three-time award winning psychotherapist, a syndicated columnist and radio host, and a recognized keynote speaker. He has appeared on CNN, Good Morning America, Fox & Friends, CBS News, NBC News, and Beauty and The Geek.

He has counseled thousands of individuals and hundreds of companies worldwide. His columns have run in nearly 500 publications over the past decade, and he hosts a weekly radio show on NPR/KCLU and expert for PsychologyToday.com. He is the author of Emotional Fitness at Work and lives in Southern California. More information is available at www.BartonGoldsmith.com.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Confidence Always Lies Somewhere Within 15

1 10 Instant Confidence-Builders 17

2 Negativity Kills Confidence 19

3 Push Through the Upset 21

4 A Secret to Happiness 23

5 Be Patient With Yourself 25

6 Be Prepared 27

7 Recognition Is More Powerful Than Money 30

8 Embrace Your Fears 31

9 Find a Mentor 33

10 Maintain the Machine 35

11 Clarity Creates Confidence 37

12 Be Open to New Ideas 39

13 Nobility 40

14 Strong Foundations 42

15 Multiple Intelligences 44

16 Depend on Yourself 46

17 Like Riding a Bike 47

18 Is It Need or Want? 49

19 Real Courage 50

20 Sheepskin Confidence 52

21 Doing the Impossible 54

22 Isolation Is Hazardous 56

23 Living a Good Life 59

24 People Improve 61

25 The Power of Positive Thinking 63

26 Procrastination 65

27 Respond Instead of React 67

28 The Healing Power of Humor 69

29 Smell the Roses-Right Now! 71

30 Mental Rehearsal 73

31 Straighten Up and Feel Right 74

32 Find Your Inner Geek 75

33 Fix It and Feel It 77

34 Picture This 79

35 Keeping a Confidence Journal 81

36 The World Is Your Ally 82

37 Monitor Your Thinking 84

38 Up-Level Your Support Structure 86

39 Feel the Love 88

40 Shape Up 91

41 Trust Your Gut 92

42 Celebrate Small Victories 94

43 The Confidence Circle 96

44 Writing Heals 98

45 Don't Lower Yourself by Raising Your Voice 100

46 No Anxiety? Not Possible 103

47 Giving When It Hurts 105

48 How Others Have Built Confidence 107

49 Mean People Suck 109

50 No One Has All the Answers 112

51 Things Learned From Mothers 115

52 From Competition to Envy 117

53 Creative Confidence 119

54 Resolving Difficult Conversations 121

55 That's the Ticket 124

56 Eliminate Critical Comments 127

57 Giving a Boost 129

58 You Can Juggle 131

59 Inner Strength 133

60 Enlightenment: It's Not Just for Gurus Anymore 135

61 Learn to Love Yourself 137

62 Appreciate Who You Are 139

63 Got Energy? 142

64 Selflessness Raises Your Self-Worth 143

65 Trusting Yourself 144

66 Effectively Express Emotions 145

67 The Butterfly Effect 148

68 Motivation: Find It and Keep It 149

69 An Attitude of Gratitude 151

70 Emotional Fitness in the Workplace 153

71 You Look Marvelous 155

72 Forgive Your Way to Confidence 156

73 Learn to Love Mondays 158

74 Never Accept Unacceptable Behavior 160

75 Plan B 161

76 Practice, Practice, Practice 163

77 Don't Be Owned by What You Desire 165

78 Class Up Your Act 167

79 Second Thoughts 168

80 Friends as Family 170

81 Recognize Your Abilities 172

82 Determination Is the Key 173

83 Give Up Lying 175

84 Sticks and Stones 178

85 Tiny Bright Spots 180

86 Dealing With Disappointment 182

87 Perfection Will Come in Time 184

88 Don't Allow Age to Intimidate You 186

89 Trying Too Hard 187

90 Never Let School Get in the Way of Your Education 189

91 Finding the Best in Others 190

92 Act "As If" 194

93 Change Your Thinking 196

94 Rituals of Achievement 198

95 Feelings Aren't Facts 201

96 Taking Risks Shows Strength 203

97 The Sum Total 205

98 Try Puppy Love 206

99 On the Same Page With the Opposite Sex 209

100 10 Quick Reminders to Boost Your Self-Confidence 211

Index 215

About the Author 221

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100 Ways to Boost Your Self-Confidence: Believe In Yourself and Others Will Too 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like the bullet points, but would have liked for the author to really expound on his thoughts and vividly paint a picture of each idea and how one can apply it to various facets of one's life. Some sections are good and have found use for them in my life, whereas other points were too vague, lack details, and seemed forced. In addition, as previously stated, the electronic version is chocked full of errors with poorly inserted words and spelling mistakes that make reading a daunting task. Not sure if the paper version has the same problems. Overall, it's an ok book, but would suggest looking for alternatives (sorry, don't know any) before getting this one.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked the concepts of each chapter, although some were a little obvious/common sense. However, and I'm not sure if it's just the electronic copy, it doesn't look like anybody proofread this book. HORRIBLE...misspelled words, missing punctuation and sometimes words that don't make sense in the sentence and make it hard to read. Pretty annoying and unprofessional.
Laurielawyer More than 1 year ago
A perfect resource for the busy, self-improvement open people. Dr. Goldsmith gives you immediately usable tools to get your self-confidence right up there with your dreams. A must read. In fact, keep it in your car or on your desk. Laurie Butler