An Adlerian Approach to Self-Confidence - People tell me I'm amazing but I never feel good enough: Workbook for High Achievers

An Adlerian Approach to Self-Confidence - People tell me I'm amazing but I never feel good enough: Workbook for High Achievers

An Adlerian Approach to Self-Confidence - People tell me I'm amazing but I never feel good enough: Workbook for High Achievers

An Adlerian Approach to Self-Confidence - People tell me I'm amazing but I never feel good enough: Workbook for High Achievers

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Overview

If people tell you that you are amazing, but you never feel good enough, then this workbook is for you.

While many people struggle with self-confidence, the problem can be especially painful for high achievers because of the discrepancy between others' views of their successes and how they see themselves. High Achievers may ask, "how is possible that I simultaneously feel smarter than everyone else but not as good as everyone else?"

The discrepancy between their achievement and sense of personal worth creates a cycle in which they feel like they are never good enough, no matter how much they achieve. If this sounds familiar, this workbook was created specifically for you. It will help you:

  • Understand yourself and how you think
  • Gain insight into why you see yourself differently than others see you
  • Help you destroy the beliefs that create self-doubt
  • Gain personal confidence so that you feel power and freedom
  • Take risks (if you want to) and get the recognition you deserve (if you want to) rather than letting the confidence struggle hold you back.
  • Increase your emotional intelligence, especially your knowledge of yourself and your relationship with others
  • The self-confidence workbook is also written for people who:

  • Rebel against being told what to do-you can walk outside of the box and do the workbook your way
  • Want to understand their strengths better
  • Struggle with trusting people because they've been "burnt" in relationships.
  • Finally, the workbook includes vignettes, inspirational quotes, suggestions and plenty of room for journaling for thoughtful and action-oriented readers.

    Alfred Adler, a psychologist who coined terms such as "lifestyle" and "inferiority complex" speaks directly to the development of problems with self-confidence and the efforts that high achievers make to compensate for the resulting feelings of low self-esteem.

    Adler's theory helps you think about when you started to feel bad about yourself, and how you may have learned to cope with that feeling. The theory, and the workbook take you through the early wounds to self-confidence and the compensatory strategies that evolve over time. It progresses through the strivings for achievement and excellence that is the hallmark of high achievers.

    High achievers like to learn, but get frustrated when concepts are presented without actions. Theories may bring insight but still leave us to ask, "okay, but what do I do next?"

    This workbook on self-confidence is written to help guide the reader through each step in Adler's theory to promote both understanding and application. It provides a description, an example, and a set of questions for the reader to answer according to their own experience.This personal exploration helps foster insight into thought patterns that underlie low self-confidence.


    Product Details

    ISBN-13: 9798892694438
    Publisher: Relational Genius LLC
    Publication date: 04/28/2023
    Series: Relational Genius , #2
    Pages: 88
    Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.18(d)
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