Being Confident: Tips and Techniques to Help You Unlock Your Potential

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Vermilion, 2011 - Self-Help - 282 pages
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Do you ever feel held back by a lack of confidence? Whether it's meeting strangers at a party, doing an important presentation at work or even talking to an intimidating family member, most of us suffer from shyness, nerves and anxieties. But how can you cast aside your fears and show your true potential in every situation? In The Confidence Code, Judi James shows the various ways anxieties and fears can hold us back in every corner of our lives. With a no-nonsense approach, she provides practical tips and techniques to arm yourself for even the most nerve-wracking of circumstances. Learn how to master the art of small-talk, talk with ease to the opposite (and same) sex, communicate effectively in the workplace and be ready to crack any social scene.

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Judi James is a leading television expert in body language, social behaviour, image, workplace culture and communication skills and has her own four-part body language series on Channel Five called Naked Celebrity. She also appears regularly on programmes such as Big Brother, The Xtra Factor, Newsnight and Sky News and covered the General Election for Five News, with a regular nightly spot.

Judi started her career as a leading catwalk model and trained many big names at her modelling school in Chelsea, Naomi Campbell among them. She has had six novels published, including the bestseller Supermodel and has written 13 non-fiction books on subjects such as body language, self-motivation, customer care and stress management. She also writes regular columns for You magazine and Q Magazine and has a celebrity problem page in Zest.

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