There are quite a few resources on this website around the art of building confidence and a lot of them are free.
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Free Confidence Articles
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Dip into these Free Confidence Articles from the Making Moves newsletter/blog around various aspects of confidence, feeling inhibited or overcoming negative emotions.
Some subjects have included:
The Curse of Being Invisible how to be seen and heard without having to scream and shout about it
The Curse of Being Too Nice – or how to be nice without other people taking advantage of you….
The Curse of Emotions – how to stop emotions from making your life a misery
The Curse of Being Angry – how to express and channel your anger in empowering ways without hurting other people
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Published Articles on confidence and self expression
Books and Further Reading
These are books that I recommend to support your Making Moves journey on different aspects of confidence and self expression.
Reading a book isn’t going to solve your problems. But books are very useful in keeping you motivated whilst you’re participating in the courses, or hitting a few setbacks.
In my darkest hour, I read many self help and personal development books to keep my spirits up. They kept me on track when I was beginning to doubt my abilities.