Who is Sean Cooper, and can he be trusted to give self help advice?
If you are considering signing up for Sean Cooper’s Shyness and Social Anxiety System, you’d naturally want know some information about the author himself. Read on to find out whether he is up to the job of teaching you how to overcome shyness and social anxiety!
Note: to get started instantly, I strongly recommend you to take a look at Sean’s Shyness and Social Anxiety system.
So he devised Shyness and Social Anxiety System, but did he just read all the information in books and cobbled something together to make a few bucks? I really don’t think so. When I was going through his product, he definitely came across as someone who has been there, and knows what it is like to be lonely or even tongue tied around other people in the worst situations.
I’m actually a pretty normal guy, who went through a point where I decided that I needed to finally figure out how to get rid of my social anxiety and shyness. – Sean Cooper
What I like about Sean, is that he didn’t just accept his shyness as something of heridatory origin that he would take to his grave. He had enough drive to fight his anxiety and did something to turn his situation around! He started to study all the materials he could get hold of, and experimented on himself the ideas he had learnt about, to see for himself what exactly worked and what did not. It seems he became obsessed with the subject and spent months researching.
But he’s not only about giving a few well known tips. His passion really comes across, and I found his approach to helping people a very motivational one. This is great news, because I think a lot of shy people find it hard to keep moving with programs like this, as when they hit walls, they give up at each hurdle easily, due to the very nature of being shy! Sean gives just enough of a kick up the backside to motivate, without being too pushy.
He also says it like it is, and from the moment you start going through his program, you know you’re in good hands. People suffering from anxiety disorders often believe they are weird and somehow ‘different’ from others. Sean explains in the clearest possible language, why anxious people are not freaks, and the exact reasons for how they got to be that way. There is no ‘psycho babble’, you don’t need to know anything about psychology to understand what he is talking about. Remember, he has already done the hard work of researching, experimenting and translating that to an easily digestable format for the rest of us.
The bottom line is this. Sean is one of us, and not just another “expert” who claims to have the answers for us, and never experienced what it feels like to live with constant fear and anxiety. If I’d trust anyone to be my guide on overcoming my shyness and social fears, it would have to be him.
That to me, is worth the ‘paper’ it’s written on…
To find out more, have a look at The Shyness and Social Anxiety System here.