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How to Raise Self Esteem

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Dr. Joe Rubino on the Human Behavior Coach–TV
Dr. Joe Rubino on the Human Behavior Coach–TV
Dr. Joe Rubino on the Human Behavior Coach–TV

In this episode of the Human Behavior Coach – TV, Host, Beverly Flaxington talks with Dr. Joe Rubino on the topic of self-esteem. He encourages people to understand how to restore their self-esteem and how to elevate it to a point that really allows people to live a more confident life.

Dr Rubino shares with Bev, that for the first 36 years of his life – he was petrified to meet people because of a bullying incident that happened when he was just 5 years old. At a young age he decided he was small and insignificant and told himself, “It’s just who I am.”

He didn’t realize until he started sharing his story that he could reinvent himself. He explains that you have to take responsibility to move your life forward. “Have the courage to move forward – because the tools are there to improve your self-esteem,” he said.

Dr. Joe Rubino is an internationally acclaimed expert on the topic of self-esteem, a life-changing personal development trainer and success coach and best selling author of 11 books and multiple audio sets and videos on topics ranging from how to restore self-esteem achieve business success, maximize joy and fulfillment in life and productivity in business. He invited Bev’s guests to visit http://www.selfesteemsystem.com for a free gift, plus tips and tools to start the journey to raising ones self-esteem and living a happier more fulfilled life.

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