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  • Jay Lambert

    The purpose of this book is to empower our conscious minds to realize that the fears we feel are no different than what those around us experience. Living in the over-fished waters of criticism, we don’t have to hobble ourselves with “I’m not capable enough, smart enough, or educated enough.” Instead, recognize that we become what we choose to believe, These books contain dozens of personal stories, showing how we can develop the confidence and clear-thinking that is the essence of not feeling dumb. My breakthrough came from a new perspective. I learned that most people are just as concerned as I am about their intelligence. The truth is everyone is intellectually handicapped,...read more

  • Jay Lambert

    How we define ourselves has a profound effect on our lives. To view our ability as limited means we will wrongly live a mediocre life. The speech we didn’t give, the attractive person we didn’t approach, or the questions we failed to ask, all because of our inner voice that whispers: “Don’t embarrass yourself. They are all smarter than you.” We are condemned to mediocrity by listening to those negative voices. These four books will change your voice to: “Yes, I can make it happen. I can do this.” So, let's proceed with reshaping the real...read more