Personal Growth - About Me

My name is Kay Drummond. I was born in England a long time ago!

Since 1974 my husband and two children have lived in New Zealand. We now have five grandchildren. All of them gorgeous!

For years I suffered with lack of confidence and low self-esteem, as a result of words spoken to me in my childhood.

Determined to change how I felt, I have spent many years working on my inner self. I have read many self-help books, meditated, listened to self help Cds, and worked with positive affirmations, and positive thinking.

A lack of confidence can give you a negative outlook on life, and this, coupled with negative self-talk, ends up in all sorts of problems, such as, fear of failure, lack of motivation, and other horrible feelings that drag you down and make you unhappy.

When you lack self worth you underestimate your potential, and live your life not realizing the amazing individual you are. When you invest time in your self development you will discover your greatness.

It is because I know how disheartening and debilitating a low self worth can feel that I decided to build this website in the hope of helping you to discover your true potential and become the person you know you can be.

How To Be A Confident Kid

This is a Self Help Book for kids and is a must have if you have a child with low confidence issues.
This is a self help book with a difference!

Don't miss out!

This book offers suggestions and gives scenarios that have worked to enable readers to see the various ways they can help themselves.

It is written to help children overcome their low confidence issues. Samantha is sharing her Gran's advice and solving problems as the book goes along.

BOOK REVIEW: How To Be A Confident Kid.

In my opinion the review of this book can be summed up in one word FANTASTIC. It has been written through the mind of a child for the mind of a child, but in my opinion it is a good read for children of ALL AGES. It answers questions that every child would like to ask but quite a few don't, either through shyness, a fear of being told not to be silly, or else just being ignored.

Thinking back to my childhood years, I was one of those that wouldn't ask and would have loved a book like this to help me through. And just to finish off, I agree wholeheartedly with Samantha WELL DONE GRANDMA.

By Beryl Noble

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