Feel The Fear & Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers

December 6, 2018 | By Colin | Filed in: Book Summaries / Reviews.

Feel The Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers.

Feel The Fear! This fits into the 'Book that Intimidates Me' part of my life. I have had it on my shelf for a long while. I picked it up a few different times and decided the time wasn't right.

I had another book that was crying out to be read. I needed to go out and forgot to look at it again. I mean can you think of an excuse? I did. Intimidating? 'spose so.

Doozy

SusFeel The Fearan Jeffers has written a doozy. This is the bee’s knees. Whatever that means.

As I have said a number of times before in reviewing books - there are gems on every page. I had to stop highlighting sentences and bookmarking pages on my kindle as I just about ran out of space.

Some Highlights:

  • The Pain to Power Continuum. An awesome tool. Look it up.
  • “… when you blame any outside force for any of your experience of life, you are literally giving away all your power and thus creating pain, paralysis and depression.”
  • “See if you can week without criticising anyone, or complaining about anything.”
  • “STOP FEEDING YOURSELF NEGATIVE THOUGHTS. Negative thoughts take away your power … and thus make you more paralysed from your fear.”
  • “Each time the plane strayed off course, the system corrected it.”
  • Don't be deceived into thinking that by changing the external, the internal will be changed. It works the other way round.”

And MANY more. It is so inspiring.

Inspiring – Read Over and Over

A book that needs to be read a few times. A book that can change your life. I know that is a cliché, but clichés become so because they happen a lot. One thing is certain “Nothing Changes, If Nothing Changes.”

I don't know if you want a new life, but if you do, this book is for you.

It is written in plain language, and is easy to understand.

Exercises:

There are plenty of actual exercises for you to try (or not) depending on your own personal level of committent to change. The insights are astounding.


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