The Confidence Solution: Reinvent Yourself, Explode Your Business, Skyrocket Your Income

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Penguin, May 12, 2011 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
The ultimate handbook to gaining the key ingredient for success in any area of life...from America's #1 Confidence Coach!

If you were more confident, how would your life be different?

The Confidence Solution empowers you to becomes a confident and successful person by recognizing your inner strengths and talents. Dr. Keith Johnson has helped thousands of people from all walks of life take life-changing measures that positively moved them forward and helped them fulfill their potential, accomplish their goals, and reach their destiny.

These steps will do the same for you. Now, in a single volume, learn how to:

-Unlock transformation in your life
-Exponentially expand your business, career, and relationships
-Quickly shed your unwanted weight
-Triumph over your greatest fears
-Skyrocket your income

Using his trademark humor, insight, and experience, Dr. Keith believes that every person can achieve their desires and dreams through realization of their potential, which can only come through confidence!
 

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Contents

Title Page Copyright Page Dedication Introduction
ACCELERATE YOUR CONFIDENCE
THE CRISIS OF CONFIDENCE
CONFRONTING YOUR FEAR UNCERTAINTY AND DOUBT
OVERCOMING FUD WITH CONFIDENCE
THE CONFIDENCE TO CHANGE
THE CONFIDENCE OF SELF
THE CONFIDENCE TO SUCCEED
THE CONFIDENCE TO LEAD
THE CONFIDENCE TO ATTRACT ATTENTION
THE CONFIDENCE TO LIVE AT YOUR PEAK
THE CONFIDENCE TO PRODUCE RESULTS
THE CONFIDENCE SOLUTION FOR LIFE
FINAL WORD
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Keith Johnson is a professor of linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley. He received his Ph.D. from Ohio State University, where he also taught in the department of linguistics from 1993 to 2005.Johnson received postdoctoral fellowships from Indiana University and UCLA, where he worked with Peter Ladefoged and Patricia Keating.

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