|Lecture: A Talk With Two Co-auditing Teams|
|Ron the Confidence Man|
You’d better get firm, because that’s the first thing that an auditor has to develop just on a necessity level, is confidence. He must radiate confidence. He must instill confidence in the preclear. If the preclear is shaky about what he is doing, the auditor must help him out just by being confident that he knows what he’s doing. Even though you might not feel confident about your own auditing, that is no reason why you should feel unconfident of somebody else in therapy. There is no reason why you should not be self-confident as an auditor.
—L. Ron Hubbard
Lecture 21 June 1950: A Talk With Two Co-auditing Teams
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