What’s stopping you from living the life of your dreams?
I know what was stopping me.  Fear.

Fear of success… fear of failure… fear of loss… fear of stepping into the unknown and moving away from everything I know…

It’s not uncommon.  In fact, it’s very common.

But our brains work in a very primitive way.  We feel fear to keep us safe; which by default stops us from doing anything new, that could be potentially harmful.

This book has incredible insights to fear, why it stops us, what it’s stopping us from doing, and some wonderful lessons of how to overcome that fear that’s holding us back in so many areas of our lives when we don’t really want it to, as well as real-life examples of people who have felt the fear, and done it anyway

Even though this book was originally written in the 80s, the revised version simply shows us that these fears are very common, and not a new phenomenon.  People have been holding themselves back through fear since the prehistoric era when our primitive brains were keeping us safe from sabre tooth tigers.

Reading the examples and comparisons of real-life people, such as Mary and Joan, and how their outlook on life affected their realities… our thoughts really do create our realities.

This is an eye-opening book, as it shows us not only what we’re doing to ourselves, but also simple strategies to help break that habit, as we learn how to “feel the fear, and do it anyway.” 

If fear is holding you back from taking that next step in your life, I definitely recommend reading this book. You can grab your own copy HERE*

Have you already read this book?   Let me know in the comments below what you think

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