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Volume 26 Issue 3
January/February 2021

Giti Caravan’s New Book will Boost Your Confidence to Embrace All That’s Possible

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Editorial

Giti Caravan’s New Book will Boost Your Confidence to Embrace All That’s Possible
by Giti Caravan
Giti Caravan


Have you ever wished to radiate self-confidence without words, embrace opportunities without hesitation, develop self-assurance without arrogance, and have serenity without impassivity? If you answered yes, then this book is for you. Get simple guidance to boost your confidence and start embracing all that’s possible with the lessons in Giti Caravan’s new book, 12 Key Steps to Build High Confidence.

This is not just another one of the countless self-help books which are often written by people from their personal experience. Giti Caravan is a certified psychotherapist, counsellor, business consultant, hypnotherapy trainer, and neuro-linguistic programming and leadership coach, who practices in downtown Saskatoon. In this book, Giti draws on her 30+ years of research and practical experience to share proven processes, procedures, and steps to help you achieve more than you ever thought possible.

In her book, Giti provides examples, anecdotes, insights, and advice so you can:

  • Define yourself clearly to align your focus with true self
  • Find your power and direct it to transform your dreams into reality
  • See not only the glass half full, but also refillable
  • Enhance your life, filled with joy and pride

Concepts in the book are explained in an easy-to-apply manner and are designed to help you create a system to reach your goals—no matter what those goals are or how impossible they seem. As Giti puts it, most people are competent in something, but not everyone is confident, because confidence is a state of mind that can be achieved and practiced daily as a mind habit to access the inner power.

The metaphors, insights, and advice she shares in 12 Key Steps to Build High Confidence are the result of her thousands of encounters with clients of all walks of life during her career.

The following excerpts are from her book

“Your power lies within you. The only way you can unleash your power is to be confident.”

“I was always looking outside myself for strength and confidence but it comes from within. It is there all the time.”—Anna Freud

“You can have faith either in your strengths or in your limitations. When you have faith in your limitations, you feel despair, but when you have faith in your abilities, you become inspired.”

“Confidence comes from what you think about your abilities. In other words, confidence is a self-perception that you have in the core of your being. What you think about yourself will show in your actions. Having power comes from being at harmony with yourself, knowing yourself, and being connected with your inner strength. You can then become an exceptional person who is reliant on your own strengths. When the creative side of you rises, you become curious about your abilities, you are not afraid to act, and are not afraid to move towards achieving your vision.”

“Being at peace with yourself allows you to capitalize on your strengths, which then builds confidence. Having a positive attitude about your abilities and transforming those abilities into actions is a source of wealth and power. When you harness your power, you master your potential and can reach what you desire. You are then confident and ready to do whatever it takes to reach your goal.”

“When you do things that once seemed impossible and you thought were beyond your abilities, you gain strength, courage, and confidence. You begin to trust that you are able to do anything. Confidence comes from the way you think about your abilities, and the way you think about your abilities affects your performance. It’s a magic circle; if you think you can do it, then you take action and do it, and gain more confidence along the way. The inner power that you gain by doing the hardest thing is the seed of confidence that will foster confidence into your future.

“The greater your confidence, the more resourceful you become in using the resources you have. You can fulfill your highest potential by being more resourceful and creative, which results in making complicated situations simpler.”

Giti Caravan, M.Ed., CCC, is a Canadian Certified Counsellor and Psychotherapist, Certified Trainer of NLP and Hypnotherapy, Master NLP Coach, Business Consultant, and Author. She has over 30 years experience and practice in the field of mental health. She has just published a new book which is featured in the display ad on page 11 of the 26.3 January/February issue of the WHOLifE Journal, and where you will also find her contact information.

 

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