Do you know what makes you YOU?
Do you know what your strengths are?
This workbook provides some coaching guides and best practices for strengths assessment so you can use your strengths in many aspects of your lives. It’s an excellent activity for anyone to complete - no matter how confident you feel!
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Confidence is a psychological state, not something that could belearned like a set of rules. Positive thinking, practice, training,education, and interacting with others are all effective ways to developor boost your confidence.
Feelings of well-being, acceptance of your body and mind (self-esteem), and belief in your own ability, value, and experience allcontribute to confidence. Most people would like to have moreconfidence.
Identifying and exploring your strengths will naturally develop yourconfidence. Increasing your ability to not only do a great job but getrecognised for it too.
This workbook provides some coaching guides and best practices forstrengths assessment so you can use your strengths in many aspectsof your lives.
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