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Getting to know Kent Sayre

Kent is living in Portland, one of the city in Oregon state.

He is highly educated in computer profession obtaining a Masters degree in Computer Science from a state university.

Kent was employed by a computer chips manufacturing company tasked to mentor and help it’s software developer’s team.

Once inspired to help thousands of people to boost their confidence he wrote “Unstoppable Confidence” that also includes “The Power of NLP” and hypnosis techniques. In 2008, McGraw Hill published the book and was eventually become available online.

He implemented different business ventures by himself such as software, publishing, real estate, among others.

He used to travel for holidays and read books on his spare time.

Kent welcomes everyone, email him at

In The Media

Kent Sayre — A Quick, Proven Way To Feel Great Fast

Kent Sayre Gives You A Quick Tip On How To Feel Great

Kent Sayre — The Only Thing That Stops Us

Kent Sayre reveals the one thing that stops us from moving forward in life.

Kent Sayre — You Are Loved-Full video

Kent Sayre Shares You Are Loved video

Blog Post

  • The Only Thing That Stops You

    Aug 07, 2014

    The only thing that stops you from getting what you want is the “story” you tell yourself about why you cannot or don’t have it. If you toss aside this “untrue” story, you free yourself to move forward. You instantly get out of the rut you were in. People constantly tell  Continue Reading »

  • Never Say Bored Again!

    Jul 16, 2014

    Fatigue. Most importantly, the way its worded as though weariness is a thing. We don't bounce into a puddle of fatigue and afterward wind up exhausted for whatever remains of the day. Weariness isn't a thing. Fatigue is a procedure. You may not prefer what I'm going to say next,  Continue Reading »

  • Get Rid Of Your Negative Thoughts Forever With These Simple Tips

    Apr 05, 2014

    My name is Kent Sayre and today I need to converse with you about how to be profoundly satisfied at work. Work involves an enormous hunk of time in our lives. It's forty hours for most individuals and up to fifty, sixty, seventy, and more for others. So in case  Continue Reading »