The phenomenal classic that has changed the lives of millions of people around the globe.
The phenomenal classic that has changed the lives of millions of people around the globe
What are you afraid of? Public speaking; asserting yourself; making decisions; being alone; intimacy; changing jobs; interviews; going back to school; ageing; ill health; driving; dating; ending a relationship; losing a loved one; becoming a parent; leaving home, failure, believing in yourself...
Internationally renowned author Susan Jeffers has helped millions of people overcome their fears and heal the pain in their lives with her simple but profound advice. Whatever your anxieties, Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway® will give you the insight and tools to vastly improve your ability to handle any given situation. You will learn to live your life the way you want - so you can move from a place of pain, paralysis, depression and indecision to one of power, energy, enthusiasm and action.
An empowering and life-affirming book, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway will help you triumph over your fears and move forward with your life.
“Simple yet profound reasoning”
“If you have trouble taking risks and need help read Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway”
“Susan Jeffers' classic and actually very level-headed mega-bestseller”
“Packed with insights as to why we feel the way we do and tools to improve your coping mechanisms”
“Like the title says, just go for it”
“Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway will help turn your fear into confidence and action”
Deidre Sanders, Sun
“Sometimes we all need courage”
Geri Halliwell, on reading Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway, Evening Standard
“The best self-help book I've read ... everyone should read this”
“This job can really accentuate panic and fear. A great book for that is Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway”
Tony Adams, Football Manager, in Men's Health
“Accessible, with lots of exercises and information to dip into and apply to real situations. Life-changing stuff.”
Spirit and Destiny
“The nervous person's bible”
“The queen of self-help”