How to Be Confident

The new book from the international number 1 bestselling author

    • 4.4 • 17 Ratings
    • £2.99
    • £2.99

Publisher Description

From two times number one Sunday Times bestselling author, James Smith, comes HOW TO BE CONFIDENT – the third instalment in James’ no-nonsense guides to gaining the tools to empower your decision-making and change your life.

Now, more than ever, we are so often lost within a cycle of negativity – from comparing ourselves to others and doom scrolling on social media, to a paralysis of choice and chasing external gratification that does nothing to nurture authentic happiness. We need confidence to master our true ambitions, realise our genuine strengths, and achieve the life we need, but might not know we want. Luckily, with his candid, no-nonsense advice, experience, and passion, James is here to lead the way.


‘Meet the man changing the way you think about fitness. One of the most sought-after personal trainers in the world (who has) knocked current fitness It boy @JoeWicks for six and stolen the coveted crown of the fitness world’ Sunday Times Style

‘James’ book is the tough love version of life coaching. He tells you straight, refers to his own experiences in life and makes you laugh along the way.’ Metro

About the author

James Smith is the world’s fastest-growing online personal trainer. Honest, unapologetic and outspoken, yet erudite, authentic and endlessly passionate about exposing the toxic myths within diet culture, and committed to helping people to reach their goals and make positive change for good. Not a Diet Book is his first book.

Health & Well-Being
1 September

Customer Reviews

Nevorus ,


Is wrote a review for the audiobook and it was amazing but this was no different it is still world class and is a MUST read masterpiece

RockFans7777 ,

Not his best…

If you’re a straight, young, uneducated male then this book is for you. Did I read it through to the end? Yes, it’s not terrible - you just have to be of a certain demographic to be able to appreciate this book. I really enjoyed the other books from James but this just doesn’t hit it for me personally. I brought it because it was on offer and I thought it would be a nice read considering I’ve read the two others, but it wasn’t for me. There’s a lot of basic words in there James feels the need to mansplain as if the author has never read a book before which did get rather grating. Its also just a regurgitation of ‘Not a life coach’ and many of his regular influences. It’s not ground breaking, but I hope it helps those it intends to serve.

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