Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway

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9780671506032: Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway

A renowned psychotherapist shows how to identify fears and how to transform frustration and helplessness into power and create success in every aspect of life. Read by Susan Jeffers. Reissue.

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Dynamic and inspirational, FEEL THE FEAR AND DO IT ANYWAY is filled with concrete techniques to turn passivity into asssertiveness. Dr. Susan Jeffers, teaches you how to stop negative thinking patterns and reeducate your mind to think more positively. You will learn: the vital 10-Step Positive Thinking Process; how to risk a little every day; how to turn every decision into a "No-Lose" situation, and much more.

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Susan Jeffers, Ph.D. received a doctorate in psychology from Columbia University. She is a noted public speaker, workshop leader, and media personality. She has also created numerous audiotapes and other instructional materials on the subjects of fear and relationships. She is the author of Opening Our Hearts to Men and Dare to Connect: Reaching out in Romance, Friendship, and the Workplace. Dr. Jeffers lives with her husband in Tesque, New Mexico.

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Published by Nightingale-Conant (1994)
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