Feel the Fear . . . and Do It Anyway (r)
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THE PHENOMENAL CLASSIC THAT HAS CHANGED THE LIVES OF MILLIONS

Are you afraid of making decisions . . . asking your boss for a raise . . . leaving an unfulfilling relationship . . . facing the future? Whatever your fear, here is your chance to push through it once and for all. In this enduring guide to self-empowerment, Dr. Susan Jeffers inspires us with dynamic techniques and profound concepts that have helped countless people grab hold of their fears and move forward with their lives. Inside you’ll discover

• what we are afraid of, and why
• how to move from victim to creator
• the secret of making no lose decisions
• the vital 10-step process that helps you outtalk the negative chatterbox in your brain
• how to create more meaning in your life
And so much more!

With insight and humor, Dr. Jeffers shows you how to become powerful in the face of your fears–and enjoy the elation of living a creative, joyous, loving life.

“Should be required for every person who can read! I recommend this book in every one of my seminars!”
–Jack Canfield, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul

“It’s a must! The most practical guide to personal empowerment I have ever read. Feel the Fear . . . and Do It Anyway goes to number one on my recommended reading list.”
–Jordan Paul, Ph.D., co-author of Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You?

“Living is taking chances, and Feel the Fear . . . and Do It Anyway has helped so many people, both men and women, to achieve success.”
–Louise L. Hay, author of The Power Is Within You

Customer Reviews:

  • Nothing new...
    Another one of those self-help books which feeds of common concepts to generate cash flow for the author....more info
  • Horrible book.
    I cannot put into words how bad this book was, and how the author should just stop writing all together. Do not buy this piece of garbage....more info
  • Worst book I have read in years.
    I have read many books in the past, but arguably this has to be one of the worst. As I was reading through the book, I did not understand what the author was trying to argue. Do yourself a favor and purchase a different book....more info
  • Feel the fear and do it anyway
    check it out, this book was so trite and useless that I actually recieved more help from a homeless man that I had given a nickle to. He was more helpful than this book and when I tried to offer it to him, he balked and spat at my feet as if I had insulted by my precieved gesture of kindness. Nonetheless I fell disheartened from this exchange and felt the need to tell the savy consumers of Amazon that this book will only be useful if you enjoy reading regurgitated common ideas. [...]...more info
  • 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.
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  • Quite possibly the biggest waste of time and money.
    To put it bluntly, this book is the worst thing I have ever read. It was absolutely nothing but a waste of time and money. To prevent someone else from reading it, I'm burning it the next camp fire we have....more info
  • 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....more info
  • Very Disapointing
    I don't understand. Why do I see this book recommended by so many respectable professionals? It is really terrible. I waited and waited for something useful to be given but it never came. I mean, the premise was good, the argument that you must do what you fear to increase your power and decrease your pain. The rest of the book, however, gives no useful ideas on HOW to do what you fear. What? Think positive? That's not helpful! We've heard these things in hundreds of other books. She needs to get a lot deeper than that to offer any real substance....more info
  • Disappointing
    I could not even finish the book. I kept falling asleep around chapter 10. Very monotonous. Would not recommend. ...more info
  • The author is out of touch with reality
    The ideas and arguments presented in the book are completely idiotic and the author doesn't seem to have a grasp of reality. While this book makes out on the outside of the cover that it will give you courage in your life. It is a bunch of pop phrases she has make up that have silly meanings and after reading this book I feel the money would have been better spent elsewhere. Bottom line this book sucks, probably the worst book I have ever read (and I read 4 -6 books per month). Give this one a miss....more info
  • There couldn't have been a worse choice for a present
    I'm typically meek, shy, or scared when it comes to uncomfortable things. I read this book, and it simply amplified that fear. DO NOT BUY. I REPEAT, DO NOT BUY. I REPEAT YET THIRD TIME IN CAPITALIZED LETTERS TO MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND THE SEVERITY OF HOW BAD THIS BOOK IS.

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  • Read the book, did not respect the opinions offered in it
    I read the book, and found it very opinionated, and less factual. I wasn't about to put a comment about this bad book here, until I found out others were outraged. I highly recommend to look elsewhere for reading material, that is, [...]....more info
  • Terrible...Just Terrible
    I bought this book because it seemed like something my mother would be into. Decided I would read it first. The author is seriously out of touch the the world and reality at large, not to mention the English language and the rule of law. I returned this book the next day. I would recommend you find yourself another self-help book,...more info
  • Don't waste your time.
    This book is dreg, plain and simple. Another example of a PhD thinking they can write because they are allowed to put 'Dr.' in front of their name. Don't bother....more info
  • Rubbish
    Horrible! A friend of mine was reading this book to try and over come their fear of heights. They weren't sure if the book actually made sense, but continued reading it because it was written by a Ph.D. Unfortunately, that degree only gave false credit to a poorly written and pseudoscience work of fiction. Do not buy!...more info
  • Pop psychology
    Pop psychology, do not buy this book. it was a complete waste of time and attention....more info
  • Dont try it
    A bland and overly generic book, just a repeat of ideas I've heard many times. Looks like the author just took a bunch of ideas that have been around forever and decided to write them down as if they were her own....more info
  • 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....more info
  • Important topic, awful book
    This is a vital topic in our fear-mongering society - overcoming fear to accomplish our goals. It is unfortunate that this book does not live up to its premise, [...]. It may be frightening to avoid buying this book, but you should feel the fear... and do it anyway....more info
  • Feel the Fear and Don't Do it
    Lame book.
    I returned it and got my money back.
    Would have settled for half!...more info