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The inspiration for writing this book came from the author’s physiotherapist who during one of the sessions asked him, “Sir, why don’t you write on Confidence; it will be so useful for young people like me who miss out on good jobs because of lack of confidence.”
The author, during his manpower placement and consultancy assignments, found candidates with good education background losing out on job interviews with great organisations, as they were found to be lacking in confidence to take up potential leadership positions. He has seen people in stressed jobs, unable to survive the work pressure, and succumbing to a ‘nervous breakdown.’ The causes could be many, but one of them is lack of self-confidence. Not having confidence in yourself makes it difficult for you to assert by saying ‘No’, and continual acceptance of what you don’t what to do sends you into a stress spiral, which may also lead to a nervous breakdown.
The author covers various aspects of confidence building like overcoming fear of change and stage fright, relaxing, developing positive thinking and positive attitude, keeping company of positive people, thinking good about oneself and raising one’s self-esteem, becoming conscious of one’s habitual patterns and improving on them, learning from good and bitter experiences, not over-committing, continual learning, and avoiding being an overprotective parent or a hostile teacher. The author strongly feels that confidence comes by doing as “action absorbs anxiety,” and planning and preparation, supported with a good memory, physical and mental fitness, helps in execution.
Confidence building is essential for happiness in life, allowing you to explore and enjoy what Creation has to offer. The process should start during the formative years of our children, with parents and teachers playing the pivotal role.