Think Confident, Be Confident Review & Giveaway

Think Confident Be Confident I recently reviewed Think Confident, Be C0nfident over at Type-A Mom and now I am sharing the review and offering my readers a chance to win their very own copy of Think Confident, Be Confident!

About Think Confident, Be Confident

This book offers a cognitive therapy-based program, which is the most common and powerful form of psychotherapy practiced worldwide today. Demonstrated in hundreds of research studies to be effective in the treatment of depression, anxiety, and relationship issues among other psychological problems, cognitive therapy focuses on helping you modify your thinking so you can maintain lasting changes in your behavior. The book is a practical guide broken down into four steps to conquer doubt. Through interactive and workbook-style exercises, you’ll learn to overcome all types of self-limiting behavior. By identifying and changing dysfunctional thinking we can recognize the tricks the mind plays in sabotaging our efforts to be confident, assured beings.

The Four Steps

  1. Labeling doubt – Identifying realistic concern vs. doubt.
  2. Questioning doubt – Learning how to deconstruct doubt and implement the ABCs of doubt.
  3. Rethinking doubt – Analyzing and rewriting your internal and external rules.
  4. Taking action – Expanding and maintaining confidence, beating procrastination, and acting confident.

Buy Think Confident, Be Confident

You can purchase Think Confident, Be Confident on Amazon for around $10. (great holiday gift idea)

Win Think Confident, Be Confident

I am so excited to be offering you a chance to win a copy of Think Confident, Be Confident right here on Happily Blended! One lucky reader will win a copy of this book for their gift giving or personal pleasure!

Giveaway starts today and ends on November 30, 2009

First Required Entry: Visit Think Confident, Be Confident website and tell me why you want to win this book or something new you learned about the book by visiting their website.  Leave one comment below as your first initial required entry.

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38 Comments

  1. The title caught my interest because I think everyone should read this even if you think you are confident enough. I guess, at some point in our lives we forget to be confident and this book will be a good reminder to us.

  2. Think positive that every thing goes well. Then hold your breath, after they pick you up from the floor, confidentally say..sorry I missed the chair!

  3. I have been wanting to read this book – I could definitely use more confidence at work. It’s a man’s world there and I want to be heard.

  4. oops… i forgot to add above… think it would be a very interesting book to read myself..i love psych

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  5. I’d love to have this book because I work with young children, and I’d love to be able to hlep boost their confidence and self-esteem.

  6. From the book’s website, I clicked through to the TCBC blog and was reading about that we (I) need to walk into a social situation knowing that I having something to offer.
    Everyone is different with our own little quirks, and that makes us special. I would love to read this book to help boost confidence. I am very shy and quiet.

  7. would like to win this book for my niece. She needs to develop more confidence. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

    dianad8008 AT gmail DOT com

  8. “Cognitive therapy is a short-term form of psychotherapy proven in hundreds of clinical trials to be effective for a wide variety of problems.”

    I have had a number of people recommend that I try cognitive therapy to improve my self confidence and lessen depression. I would love to read this book.
    .-= Anne´s last blog ..Another $1.99 Burrito day at Baja Fresh!! =-.

  9. “Cognitive therapy is a short-term form of psychotherapy proven in hundreds of clinical trials to be effective for a wide variety of problems.”

  10. I think that confidence and trust go hand-in-hand, and a better understanding of both can help anyone and everyone in all aspects of life. This looks like a wonderful tool, and I would love the chance to add this to my collection!

  11. I could use this book! I’ve always had problems feeling confident in myself despite my accomplishments.

  12. I think everyone could use a little confidence building in some aspect of their life. This could come in handy for everyone in my family.

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