“Rise Up to Yourself”

When you were a child growing up, did your mother or father wake you up by gently shaking you and saying, “Rise up and Shine.”? If so, you probably knew that meant to pay attention to your teacher today, make good grades, and don’t get in trouble. So, you learned it meant, “Do your best.”

“Rise Up to Yourself,” the first chapter in my book, Rise Up to Yourself, Greater Success Awaits tells how being your best self includes or involves more than just using your training in a subject to do your job. Second, it describes how developing and using soft skills will help you to be your best self and thus enhance your self-esteem, your personal and professional success and your life. Third, it tells you what you want to look for as you read each chapter, so you can apply the information on a daily basis to feel good about yourself and to achieve your desired success.

I wrote this book because I, like many others I have met in life, wished I had been aware of these non-technical skills. Awareness of their importance and power and/or how to use them effectively earlier in life, I believe , would have helped me to avoid some mistakes. Thus, I feel I would have achieved more or greater success in life.

If you would like to see a list of the chapter topics and read more about how they will help you gain greater self-esteem and confidence, success and happiness, click here.

Related resources:

Books:  Choose to Have Self High Self-Esteem  https://lifecoachwehunt.com/e-books-4/                             Rise Up to Yourself Greater Success Awaits   https://lifecoachwehunt.com/e-books-4/                         Achieve Success with Self-Esteem  https://lifecoachwehunt.com/e-books-4/

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