Simple Ideas – Big Impact
I have written several books to share the ideas and tips I picked up and actioned and hope that they will inspire many others to become successful and happy in their own lives.
Shy People Can Be Successful Too!
52 Tips For A Fantastic Year
10 Tips To Help Shy People Achieving Success
This book is like having a conversation with the author; learning her best lessons that she has collected over the last 15 years. Adele covers the core topics of success like communication, mindset, personal development, and organisation. It’s a good, easy read for anyone – I also think this would be a fantastic book for high school and college age people as well. As a self-employed business owner, she touches on the benefits of being an entrepreneur.
It’s absolutely fantastic and so inspirational. I love the style of it and just the simple facts put across so clearly; simply and concisely. I have already recommended your book to our team as is so powerful and a wonderful example of someone who has used personal development so effectively. The tips on communiction I found invaluable – for me personally.
Have finished your book and really enjoyed it…….no padding…..which suits me as more sinks in with your easy to read style. I am going to put in to practice your written affirmations concept for our 4 week trip to Canada and Alaska. I know it will be a special trip anyway but this concept has given me thoughts to make it even more special. Thank you……you have certainly added to my life.
Over the years I have read many motivational/self-help books and I can certainly say that Shy People Can Be Successful Too! holds its own alongside the very best. A captivating read that I could not put down. Adele de Caso has put together a very well-structured, well-written and above all inspiring book. I believe the content is relevant to all who have dreams of a more fulfilled life, whether shy or not. Highly recommended.
Just read your book and its really great – all the basic principles that I have heard so over the past few months from all the greats such as Jim Rohn etc in one book. I’m so grateful that you and Jaime introduced me to personal development. I will always be indebted to you both. Not just for shy people. The principles in this book will help anyone who is willing to put them into action to change their lives for the better. Fantastic.
I have this evening read Adele de Caso’s book “Shy People Can Be Successful Too’. I’ve highlighted, set some amazing goals using the list in the back, made notes all over it! This book will be coming everywhere with me and in the back I’ve written a promise to my children and myself starting from today. If you are running your business and have children there is a chapter in the back that will really help you split your time! After reading this book I went upstairs and wrote a note to my three children which they will find when they wake up and I know it will bring a smile to their faces! Thank you Adele for publishing this book and sharing your experience.
I bought this book, because the title fits me perfectly. I want to be successful and have more confidence in my everyday life, without changing who I am, and this book explains in easy to read terms how you can be successful without becoming an extrovert or ‘life and soul of the party’ person. There are so many good tips, written by someone who was in the situation, not by someone who is already outgoing. A must read for shy, and in fact any person who wants to better themselves.
A great book. So easy to just pick up anytime. I have gone back to it time and again. Its full of really useful tips that I have put into practice. It makes a wonderful gift and friends have loved it too.
I’ve been lucky enough to have met Adele de Caso and she is a wonderful example of a shy person emerging to become a confident business woman. I like this work because it covers a wide range of subject areas but in bite-sized chunks so it can be absorbed very quickly. I’d recommend this text for those who have already explored personal development for a while as Adele refers to various well-known personal development concepts in brief, so she provides a useful summary and reference here. I’ve given four stars as there is some repetition in the work, but I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.