How To Destroy Self Doubt Forever!

Believe it or not… Elliott “The Incredible” Hulse often
(very often) struggles with self-doubt.

In fact, just last night I was in an all out war with it!

But I always win.

How do I destroy self doubt when it shows its ugly face?

First, I go straight to my library of books and resources
for two things.

#1 - Resources that inspire me to pull myself out of the
slump. These are usually spiritual books or poetry.

Sometimes they’re books written by other artists or
experts who have gone through the same types of battles
that I am currently facing.

#2 - Professional resources that confirm or build my
knowledge in the area that I am struggling. These are
books about strength, physiology, psychology or
business.

Theses are often technical and educational books that
give me the knowledge to succeed (and be the best) in
my area of expertise.

Have you ever struggled with self doubt?

If so, how do you arm yourself in order to WIN the
battle?

Do you have a resource library containing dozens or
even hundreds of books that motivate, inspire and
educate you?

If not… then you should begin adding these resources
to your library today.

Here are a list of resources that I’ve created for you:

Fitness Training Education:

Lean Hybrid Muscle Building
http://BuildHybridMuscle.com

Superior Program Design
http://growstrongerproductions.com/spd/superior-program

Fitness Business Education:

Warehouse Gym Business Course
http://WarehouseGymBusiness.com

Passion Cash Control
http://hulsestrength.com/pub/passion-cash

Motivation & Inspiration (amazon books):

The War or Art
http://amazon.com/warofart

The Essential Writings Of Ralph Waldo Emerson
http://amazon.com/emerson

Here are some comforting words from The War of Art book
that I recommend above, it was just the thing I needed to
read last night before going to sleep.

We’re Growing Stronger Together,
Elliott Hulse

PS – a question for you… do you enjoy reading and viewing
my books and resources online (like e books, etc)? — or would
you rather have them as a hard copy product (real books, dvds)?

Personally, I like hard copy stuff… but I want to make sure
that I create things in the format that you prefer.

If you have a moment, just reply to this post (below) and let me know.

Thanks :)