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Paperback Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway Book

ISBN: 0449902927

ISBN13: 9780449902929

Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway

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The classic bestseller that has inspired millions to face their fears once and for all is newly revised with an updated version.Are you afraid of making decisions . . . asking your boss for a raise .... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Life Changing Tools

Feel The Fear and Do it anyway has given me some life changing tools that I use in all that I do. Filled with excersizes that challenged me to look myself and others from a different perspective. I wish I had a lot of the tools from Susan Jeffy's masterpiece here 20 years ago. But then again, it's never to late to learn healthy new tools in life to manage self while facing life changing decisions. Feel the Fear anyway is like falling backwards from Mt. Everest with no safety net and still landing on my feet gracefully.

Fear, the inner enemy

Fear is something that can paralyze you from taking action. The only way to overcome fear is to face it and do it. The book gave many examples of fear and ways to overcome them. There is good fear that protects us from danger etc. and the bad fear which holds us back from being all that we could be.

Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway

This book is very valuable and shows how to overcome fear by showing what is behind fear feelings and how to overcome and move forward.

Helpful !

Feel the Fear . . . and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers is a book about overcoming one fears. The author lays out a plan of action that will help one overcome most fears. Lots of people have low self-esteem and a low self image of themselves. It takes lots of courage to overcome it and change your life completely. If you're crippled by insecurity this book will be a helpful support for you. There is a plan of action in the book where you mix positive thinking with situational exercises that examine basic fear responses. The author explains that when we become fearful faulty thinking is usually always the real cause. After you read this book it may be a good time to consider reading my book entitled "The Enlightenment, What God Told Me After One Million Prayers, a Message for Everyone" (See Profile Above) There are lots of way to handle life's many problems.

Pounds the obvious home

Self-improvement is necessarily about finding some secret formula, getting the right therapist, or moving to a new city. It's about being told those thing you know to be true over and over until they sink in. Feel the Fear is about those things we know to be true yet seem to forget: Blaming others for our failures, blaming ourselves for things we should have done better, listening to that "little voice" that tells us what we shouldn't do. It's not the kind of book you read once only to emerge a changed person, rather, it gets your mind going. After one reading, you'll find yourself quoting passages as if someone has "found you out". You will catch yourself in conversation when you say weak phrases like "I can't, I should, It's a problem" only to change them mid-sentance to empowering words such as "I won't, I could, and It's an opportunity". Read it twice. It will impact you deeply. It will teach you to take responsibility. There is no silver bullet. Self-awareness is the real path to self-improvement. I loved it.

The Shortest Distance Between Two Points is a Straight Line

This is a truly wonderful book. I don't know how she did it. Conversationally speaking, did you know that the fears we carry in our pockets or purses that are not dealt with cause excruciating anxiety. What do we do? Add Vitamin B to our diet? Put crystals in our pockets? Become a yogi like me and levitate until your head hits the ceiling? OR...we could do what we fear. How about that for an idea. I think they spell that C-O-U-R-A-G-E. We don't need courage anymore. We have tranquilizers and self-help books. I want to give you a beautiful quote from this lady's infinite wisdom (she's incredible!). PUSHING THROUGH FEAR IS LESS FRIGHTENING THAN LIVING WITH THE UNDERLYING FEAR THAT COMES FROM A FEELING OF HELPLESSNESS. This book is just beautiful. The book advocates COURAGE. But she she shows you how to be courageous. Postive thinking, the understanding between Pain and Power, the Real truth about RISKS and GROWTH. You have to buy this book. It is a true gemstone. Throw all your other self-help books away except this one and "Self-Help Stuff That Works" by Adam Khan. Since I am a Self-Realizationist (Yogananda), this book interfaces with it quite beautifully. But this book is all you need for your fears. Go ahead. And stop looking at whether you had a traumatic childhood or not as Father Bradshaw advises. You destroy the past by what you do in the future. And this book will help you do it. Good luck. And I'm not afraid of you anymore! HA!
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