The Four Confidences by Ed Latimore

The four confidences in the process, the instruction, the past and in learning. It’s 24 pages short and to the point written by the charismatic heavyweight boxer Edward Latimore. Stepping into the ring knowing you can get hurt can overwhelm the toughest combative sports athletes. Ed shares his insights on how he built his confidence, leaving out the usual self-development fluff.

Taking action, learning along the (right) way, eliminating mistakes from happening again and actively seeking good sources ― that’s how confidence is built.

“The Four Confidences are based on cold, hard experience, not theory. The same way I got confidence in my boxing, mathematical, and social abilities are what I teach here. When I wasn’t confident in my self to stay sober, I relied on these techniques to help me stop drinking.” ― Ed Latimore.

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