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No matter how confident you are there will be times when your normal sense of assurance abandons you. 

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I have spent a lifetime studying and building my own confidence and expertise, and 25 years helping others do the same. I have pledged to share as much as possible in 2015, with as many people as possible, absolutely free of charge.

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