# 179 ~ Purposeful Self-Confidence

Lynn Thompson spoke with Tony Richards by phone in late January 2011 while Tony is in New York (home base is in Australia) promoting his latest book in his Self-Confidence series: Self-Confidence for Happiness and Success.

Tony started studying how self-confidence works when, as a much younger man, he was surprised by some successes, and disappointed with setbacks that he was not expecting. After more than thirty years of adjusting personally developed methods, an unbeatable formula revealed itself.

Tony has received many awards for teaching his processes for gaining, and maintaining self-confidence, including Adult Education Tutor of the Year. Countless people from different cultures and societies, with diverse customs and traditions, have all had their lives improved by following his proven methods.

Tony conducts private consultations, seminars, speaking engagements, and successful business training, on managing self-confidence. He is particularly sought after by those seeking to improve relationships in their personal and professional lives.

"When you understand how self-confidence works, no challenge is too great.
As the author of the successful ‘Self-confidence for...' series of books, available around the world, I feel privileged in being able to assist so many people to feel good about themselves everyday".

 

 

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