Designed to be used in conjunction with the Free Self Confidence Course, these practical self help articles give you cutting-edge, bang-up-to-date facts about self confidence and self esteem and help you help your self.
Reliable Self Confidence takes a little time to build, but here are a few things you can do now to improve your confidence levels.
The presenter of the 2002 nationwide UK seminar 'How to Lift Low Self Esteem' outlines the most important facts about high and low self esteem.
Shyness is something that affects most people at sometime in their life. There are some simple tips that can help make socialising easier.
What is self consciousness, why is it there, and how on earth can you get rid of it?
Blushing can become a huge problem, causing social embarrassment, anxiety and avoidance. Happily, there are things you can do to help yourself!
If you're tired of feeling bad about yourself, or just want some tips for those down days, these 7 practical strategies will help you take action to lift your self esteem.
Social skills are arguably the most important set of abilities a person can have.
Women have a unique set of self confidence challenges - read these top tips on self confidence for women.
It’s understandable why many people think that high self esteem is the antidote to low self esteem. In life generally, if you have too little money, lots of money is attractive. If you don’t have enough food, a banquet is highly appealing.
An alien, having just landed on earth, comes up to you and says, “I have been hearing a lot about this condition you humans call ‘low self esteem’”. Tell me, what is ‘low self esteem’, and how do you create it?”
When it comes to feeling better about ourselves, the last thing we need is confusion from a heap of words like self esteem, insecurity and so on. So what do they all mean?
Social anxiety was a huge problem for Shirley. In fact, it was spoiling her life. "I've always been shy and self-conscious, but thought it would naturally decrease as I got older. If anything, it's got worse!" Shirley described...