If you're looking for additional confidence information, here are a number of resources which you might find helpful:
If you're looking for a life coach or a therapist to help you one on one, check out the following resources:
Staying Safe in the Self Help World:
Unfortunately, there are a lot of scammers and "make money quick" gurus out there looking for the people who are dealing with frustrating and emotional issues like confidence and self esteem. They just want to sell you their high priced products and services, not actually help you. When looking for more confidence resources, you might want to check out my article on Self Help Scams first so you have a good idea on how to tell the good advice from the scams.
Along with Self Help scams, we've all now probably experienced scams like when someone pretending to be from Microsoft calls saying they want to help you with removing a virus from your computer but how do we keep up with all the new variations these scammers come up with? The web site, Elder Impact, has provided a Fraud Prevention checklist which provides some great info. Worth checking out whether you're a senior or not. The more we spread the information about these scams, the less people they can hurt and we all win when that happens.
Snopes.com provides information on a rather devious credit card fraud that's currently circulating where the person says they're calling from the security department at Visa or MasterCard. Definitely worth a read here: Visa or MasterCard Fraud Investigation