Reflection On 100 Ways To Boost Your Self-Confidence

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Personal reflective essay
The book I have chosen is “100 ways to boost your self-confidence’’. It is written by Barton Goldsmith. The genre of the book is self-help. As the name implies there are 100 chapters which are telling the readers the details of the ways to boost their self-confidence. This book is chosen for self-reflection because I used to think that being confident is only based on our thinking in our mind and want to know if there are some concrete ways to improve it. After reading this book, I found them are quite useful and would like to take it for reference to improve my weaknesses in order to achieve my personal goals. In the following, I would start with the personal development plan which divided into four parts, including the summary of the book, evaluation of my strengths and weaknesses, limitation of achieving personal goals and
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It will save a lot of time for me if I find another possible solution immediately and deal with things calmly instead of being frustrated. Although emotional management is difficult sometimes and we may not have control of being sad, I can try to make myself feel comfortable and at least to stop indulge in frustration. For example, I will take a deep breath once I feel stressful in dealing difficulties and facing failure. Then, set a time limit for expressing negative emotions that I need to recover within two hours and start to work for another way to solve problems. Besides, I will ask myself to predict any risk that may happen and prepare at least three possible alternative solutions to avoid nervous in emergency situations. In this way, time will not be wasted and problems also can be solved effectively and efficiently. Being patient also means to be persistent. This book reminds me that every great thing takes a long time to get the desired results. I have changed my attitude and know that every failure is just the process to

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