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A Holistic Approach to Self Confidence with Holistic Healer Alexandra Dotcheva

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As a hospital nurse and a one-time celebrated concert violinist in the insanely competitive world of symphony orchestras, today's special guest, Alexandra Dotcheva, is no stranger to self-doubt and low self-confidence. Beginning from the time she was a young girl, she was driven to become such a skilled violinist as to eventually win a coveted chair with a world-renowned symphony orchestra.

Alexandra knows that poorly defined priorities can get in the way of anybody’s self-confidence and impact decision-making for years or even decades. Her new book is a practical guide to overcoming those feelings and optimizing readers’ self-worth. It Really Is Simple: A Holistic Approach to Self-Confidence will show you ways to put your life in order by learning about the five essential aspects or pillars of life, to which you may not have given the needed attention. It Really Is Simple shows readers to put their lives in order by learning about the five essential pillars of life.

Alexandra Dotcheva, DMA, RN was born and raised into a musicians’ family in Bulgaria, and she came to the US in 2000 after earning a bachelor’s degree in Music from the National Academy of Music in Sofia; and she earned a Doctor of Musical Arts in Violin Performance from Louisiana State University in 2007. She has been practicing as a registered nurse since 2011, with a strong passion for educating patients on attaining optimal health. Her mission is to help people overcome self-imposed limitations that prevent many from realizing their goals, finding peace of mind, and acquiring prosperity.

 

 

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