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Unstoppable Confidence: How to Use the Power of NLP to Be More Dynamic and Successful

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“If you are serious about gaining more confidence, you must get this book!”

--Robert Allen, bestselling author of The One Minute Millionaire

Imagine having the confidence and courage to go after your goals: a successful career; a rewarding relationship; a richer, fuller life. If you can dream it, you can do it--using the scientific methods of Neurolinguistic Programming (N

Kindle Edition, 217 pages
Published (first published November 2001)
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Fabio Osorio
Aug 21, 2011 Fabio Osorio rated it liked it
Unstoppable Confidence has some good points. First, the author emphasizes that you have to do something to get confidence, you have to work at it. And second, the author gives examples of how confident people view situations, this is one of the best things about the book.

Worth reading for the valuable advice, but I felt I had to do a lot of skim reading to get past the airy-fairy stuff.

I found the first half of the book most useful, but then the author started talking about his 20 tricks, which
Nov 15, 2015 Paul rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
TL;DR - This book is a bate for the gullible. A bunch of nonsensical Voo Doo crap with no evidence as to why these methods would ever work, or if they ever worked before.

First, the book is like a long blog post, stuffed and expanded with a lot of unnecessary fluff of repeating the same thing over, and over, and over again. It could've been 3 pages long with bullet points and short explanations in a few sentences. There's nothing else to this.

Second, I'm very puzzled by the somewhat positive feed
Jerome Ratliff
This was a good read. Although I felt a lot of the content was something Anthony Robbins already speaks or spoke about. However, repetition is a good thing.
Cheryl Anne
This book was informative, but I felt that it got very repetitive towards the end. I'm glad I listened to this one, but it's not one of my favorite business books.
Aug 28, 2011 Doug rated it really liked it
This is a book that I wish I had read 20 years ago. The tips and advice in it would have helped me overcome shyness and be more successful in just about any part of my life. (Don't get me wrong -- I'm pretty happy with what I've achieved, but I could have done it much earlier in life if I had gotten over the shyness and lack of confidence earlier).

Even for someone who does not consider themselves shy, there are a lot of great insights in this book. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in
Vanessa Fernandes
Jan 20, 2016 Vanessa Fernandes rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I am so grateful that I found this book while I was checking out my library shelf's for some motivational books. I am very shy and lack of confidence but i can't believe from the time i have read the Unstoppable confidence book and followed whatever the author Kent Sayer has mentioned to do has really helped to build confidence. I can see the difference specially when I answer in the class participation with full confidence and without having second thoughts even though I know my answer can be w ...more
Ihor Boiko
The book has some good ideas. Despite that, it lacks proof and research. There is basically no proof to everything Sayre says (except for his own story), which decreases the chances of someone using these methods. Writing is poor as well. Might be a great read for someone ultra-shy; an OK read for someone who already know something about confidence.
Sep 04, 2015 Darrin rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book was okay. Found it to be a bit repetitive and describes many intuitive or rather common sense ways to change your "confidence." The biggest take-away for me was that emotions (such as fear or anxiety) are processes, and when regarded as such they can be recognized, interrupted and changed.
Uzma Reem
Feb 04, 2016 Uzma Reem rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The take home message from this book- your language not just reflects your thinking and beliefs but reinforces them. Be conscious of your choice of words in your internal as well as external dialogue. Using positive empowering words is the first step to manifest the change you want in any area of your life.
Very averagely written in my opinion. The first half of the book is almost cheesy, however the second half certainly does contain a great number of powerful techniques you can use to improve your life.
Not the greatest book, but certainly valuable for anyone in need of improving themselves.
Domingos Novela
O livro faz o que promete... dá confiança... e como dá. Ouvi a versão audio, é lida pelo escritor e é tão natural e muito motivador. Sem dúvida que recomendo para quem precisa daquele empurrão para fazer algo do qual tem receio. Óptimo boost!
J. Schmidt
Sort of a classic with many NLP techniques. Definitely worth reading if you have not read much on that topic before. For others it may offer little new.
not bad, it tells u about the author how he became confident however, i think i still need to find some other confidence book to boost my confidence..
Gina Coppolino
Jan 16, 2016 Gina Coppolino rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Excellent book about confidence and getting out of your own way. I work in network marketing and it definitely helped and gave me dome great ideas.
Brandon Carrillo
This book changed my life it was my uncles who was in college and then passed away in a swimming accident and it really helps me
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