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The key to become charismatic and what is CBT Dec 15

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I’m happy to announce that today, not one, but two of my guest articles have been posted: one is “The key to become charismatic” and it’s on Change Your Thoughts, the personal development blog of Steven Aitchison.

You can read it here.

The other is “What is CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)?” and it’s on A Daring Adventure, the personal development blog of Tim Brownson.

You can read it here.

I was impressed by the quality both Steve and Tim have in their writing, and how they have each developed their unique, powerful communication style. Writing and expressing some of my ideas on their blogs is an important step forward for me.

I think you will find “What is CBT?” to be a short but relevant guide for understanding Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, a personal development tool I use a lot in my work as a communication coach. And I’m willing to bet the ideas in “The key to become charismatic” are going to… hit you.

Enjoy!

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3 Responses
  1. Hey Eduard,

    Congrats on the guest posts! I’m looking forward to reading them both!
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  2. Henri says:

    Congrats. I’ve never heard of Steve or Tim before so thanks for mentioning them!
    Henri´s last blog ..The Power of Consistency My ComLuv Profile

  3. Eduard,

    Hey, thanks for this! I totally use CBT in my work as well, as its my theraputic approach. I’m totally with you on the Personal Development stuff you mentioned, as just doing a couple of things like staying calm and what have you aren’t enough to develop yourself to where you want to be.

    You’ve got some great stuff here, man. Let me know when you’ve got something new and I’ll retweet it. Take care!

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