Self Esteem: Success Factor #1
Self Esteem: Success Factor #1Dr. Joe Rubino recently contacted me and introduced his work. We had a chat about what is the most powerful way to positively impact a person's life... perhaps your life.
Dr. Rubino is the world's leading authority on elevating self esteem and he claims that improving your self esteem is the #1 most important ingredient for your success and happiness in life. That's a pretty bold statement, but when you think about it, having high self esteem is extremely important for every aspect of your wellbeing, happiness, and success.
Dr. Rubino's extensive research shows that over 85% of us have some degree of self esteem deficit. Yes, that's pretty amazing. One of the reasons for this shocking number is that no one has ever taught us how to nurture and grow our self esteem.
You can check out Dr. Rubino's step-by-step system to enhance your self esteem by visiting this site: Success Factor #1 Audio Program. Click on the Who, What, Why and Results buttons for more information. Then sign up for the 'Success Achievers Club' to get started.
I've been through the Success Factor materials very thoroughly and was impressed with the clarity of his teaching methods and the original ideas he has come up with to help an individual completely transform their self-image. It's powerful stuff.
Dr. Rubino has assisted hundreds of thousands of people to completely transform their lives, to become much happier and more confident, empowered, effective, prosperous and successful. Yes, prosperous too! Self esteem has a big impact upon your wallet. This finding has recently been backed up by a rigorous scientific study that we found quite interesting:
Published Date: May 19, 2007
NEW YORK: Self-confidence is not only good for your own self esteem but can also boost your bank account, according to a US study. University of Florida researchers found people with high opinions of themselves as teenagers and young adults drew bigger salaries in middle age than others, earning up to $45,000 more a year. Management professor Timothy Judge who led the study said the gap was widest for those from privileged backgrounds.
"There are certainly significant advantages for children growing up with parents who are well-educated and work in professional occupations, but these advantages are especially profound when children are self-confident," said Judge, whose study is to published in the Journal of Applied Psychology. "Positive self-concept seems to act like an accelerant - the fuel to the fire - that leads the advantaged in our society to do better."
The study used data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth with a sample of 12,686 men and women who were aged between 14 and 22 when first interviewed in 1979. Participants were then interviewed every year until 1994 and then every two years after that. When they were aged between 37 to 45 in 2002 the income findings were collected. The study, which was controlled for race and gender, evaluated mid-life income by examining parents' education and occupational prestige, as well as participants' educational levels and grade averages.
Self-confidence was measured with a range of questions asking people to assess their own good qualities, the success they expected from their plans and how much of what happened in their life led from their own doing. For every category, the study found that having high self esteem made a difference, although the gap was sharpest with children from more privileged backgrounds. For people who had a father who was an economist and mother who was a chemist, for example, those who were self-assured made $96,220 a year as opposed to $50,968 a year for those lacking in self-assurance, Judge said.
For those whose father was a roofer and mother was a waitress, high levels of self-confidence meant earning $58,117 a year compared with $51,359. Judge said the effects of self esteem and socio-economic background on income were particularly timely with growing income disparity between the "haves" and "have-nots." He said motivation may be one reason for self esteem's importance. "Research has shown that positive people who believe in themselves have more ambitious goals, so that even when they encounter adversity, they're not as likely to internalize it," he said.
- Greater joy, fulfillment and fun
- Increases security and peace of mind
- Causes you to be strong, confident and bold
- Generates positive, optimistic and uplifting emotions
- Leads to enhanced charisma and personal effectiveness
- Enables you to be more persuasive and convincing
- Causes you to feel more attractive and desirable
- Decreases your fears, doubts and insecurities
- Minimizes the tendency to procrastinate
- Ends feelings of pity, doubt and jealousy
- Makes you unstoppable
Dr. Joe Rubino is so right. Having more self esteem will seriously impact your life for the better. Take a look at it now and see the value of his life-impacting products for yourself... Success Factor #1 Audio Program
Here are some testimonials from recent participants in the program:
"Dr. Rubino, I wish I had gotten this training much earlier in my life. It would have saved me 40 years of struggle. Thanks for opening my eyes!"—Peter M. Miami, Florida "Your material sounded so good that I doubted you could deliver what you promised. It has and more. This course is amazing. The down to earth principles you share are life transforming. I thought that I had plenty of self esteem, but you showed me how I was living a lie in so many areas of my life. Thanks to this course, I have found my authentic self."—Maggie C. London, England
"Not too long ago, I was bitter, angry and frustrated. When my girlfriend bought this course for me, my life was out of control. A few short weeks after listening to your program and doing the assignments, my life has transformed in so many ways. I know I still have a long way to go but at least I now know the path to take. Thank you for creating this incredible course!"—Johnny R. San Antonio, Texas
"When I listened to your program, I got so mad that I didn't work on myself earlier. I feel more blessed, prosperous, happy, positive, powerful and productive every day. Your course is great stuff."—Connie T. Los Angeles, California
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