Steven Wilder

Building Social Confidence

Recent research has discovered that giving a speech in public is the greatest fear of the average person. The survey further shows that most people are more afraid of speaking in public than dying!
The above statement is very true for most people and this is what this book focuses on; social confidence. Whether you are a singer, writer, accountant, doctor, plumber, or you are still a student, social confidence improves your life in more ways than you can imagine. There are so many opportunities you might be missing out on if you don’t work on this aspect of your life. Just think about the number of people and potential clients you would be missing out on by avoiding social gatherings.
Yes, the internet has made it easy for people to interact without being there in person, but nothing beats a physical meeting. You connect faster with people when you meet them physically than when you chat online. This is because emotions can’t be well represented online, but with physical meetings, he/she sees you, shakes your hand, watches your body language, sees you smile, and all these gives the person a better picture of who you really are.
Social confidence is not something that is out of reach for the shy guy or the introvert. Mastering some social skills, developing empowering beliefs, and some other steps listed in this book will guarantee anyone social confidence. This book is not a book filled with theories, but a very practical piece with steps and guides on how to go about getting socially confident.
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    You would also need to work internally on curbing negative self talk, self acceptance, overcoming the fear of rejection, self motivation and overcoming


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