Saturday, July 4, 2009

Is a Lack of Confidence Holding You Back at Work?

There are various components of our life that, at different points, can bring us great joy or sadness. Our personal relationships, physical health, casual interactions, and sense of self are all important pieces of our existence that fluctuate depending on the season. There is also the element of our lives that, for many of us, requires more of our time than almost anything else … our jobs. Are you satisfied with the point at which you currently find yourself in your career? Have you been longing for a promotion after years as a dedicated employee, but cannot figure out why someone else is always chosen for the corner office or the substantial raise? Being frustrated with your job situation can result in a growing unhappiness in other areas of your life. If this sounds familiar, it’s time for a change.

Many of you probably
have read articles and books that provide advice concerning how to get ahead in the workplace. Find someone who already has the job you want and model your efforts after that person. Always greet each person in your office with a smile and a firm handshake. Ask your boss what you can be doing to improve the organization or business for which you work. Taking the initiative will be remembered! All of these pieces of advice are accurate and proven techniques for greater office success. However, none of these components will work without a genuine confidence in your own abilities. You need to believe that you are successful before anyone else will.

Clinical hypnotherapy is a wonderful way of unlocking any hindrance that you may have to feeling self-confident. Through safe relaxation techniques, a trained professional can unlock the hang-ups and doubts that are stored in your unconscious mind and teach you to think about yourself in a whole new light. In my new book, The Anja Technique, I have provided information about some exercises that you can complete in the comfort of your own home. You deserve to learn why you are lacking the confidence you need to succeed in both your professional and your personal life. Make the decision to start that exploration today.

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