The eye-catching read by Susan Jeffers will captivate smart-thinking readers.
What are you afraid of – and how is it holding you back?
Whatever your anxieties, the book Feel the fear and do it anyway by Susan Jeffers can teach you how to deal with what life throws at you, allowing you to take control, forge ahead, and live the life you envision. Dr. Susan Jeffers teaches you how to quit negative thinking patterns. And to re-educate your mind to think a lot more positively.
Feel the fear and do it anyway by Susan Jeffers has sold more than a million copies across the world, resulting in international acclaim. Susan Jeffers, its author, holds a degree in psychology. Besides having written more than ten inspirational books, she is also a popular motivational speaker.
The book will give you a deeper understanding of fear and the tools and techniques to deal with it. In this summary, we learn more about where your fears come from, five facts about fear, and how to overcome fear. For more details, you can get a complete summary about Feel the fear and do it anyway by Susan Jeffers here.
Jeffers believes that fear is not a psychological issue but an educational one. A number of us treat fear as an obstacle that keeps us from forging ahead. Truthfully, fear comes whenever we try out something we have never tried out before or whenever we want to take a risk. The real issue here is not fear but how we handle that fear.
To overcome fear, you need to understand what it entails. Susan Jeffers helps us to comprehend our fear by breaking it down into three levels. And three facts.
Levels of fears
Level 1 fears are stories that you convince yourself what will happen or things you must do, for example, making a career switch. Many times, the fear of one thing may lead to the fear of multiple areas, such as fear of public speaking, etc.
These fears do not involve external factors rather than your inner state of mind. These include generalized ones that cut across various areas of your life. Examples include fear of failure or rejection- fears that are a reflection of your abilities.
Level three fear is the fear that you will not be able to handle something. It is fear brought out by a lack of confidence.
The 5 Truths about fear
When you accept your level of fear and work on it, you’ll naturally overcome it. Susan Jeffers breaks down these five truths about fear:
1. As long as there is growth and you are trying out new things, there will be fear. For this reason, it does not make sense to avoid your fears
2. Avoid excuses. The only way to eliminate fear is to do what it is that you fear to do. That helps you to learn how to do things better until you eventually get the hang of it.
3. Every time you confront a fear, you get rid of some uncertainty. The more you do so, the more you discover that you can deal with anything that life throws your way. You gain more confidence.
4. When you learn how to deal with fear, you feel proud, fulfilled, and satisfied.
5. Everyone is dealing with their fears. You are not alone.
In Feel the fear and do it anyway by Susan Jeffers, you learn how to move ahead despite all these fears. And some useful tools that will help you throughout your journey.