This eye-catching Vermilion Life Essentials edition will introduce Susan Jeffers' timeless classic to a whole new generation of smart-thinking readers
What are you afraid of – and how is it holding you back?
The phenomenal classic on moving from a place of paralysis, pain and indecision to one of energy, enthusiasm and action
Whatever your anxieties, Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway® can teach you how to handle what life throws at you, allowing you to take control, move forwards and live the life you want.
First published over 30 years ago, Susan Jeffers’ phenomenal classic has helped change the lives of over two million readers around the world. Her timeless advice is as important and relevant today as when it was first published: we live in an era governed by fear – fear of failure, of missing out, of rejection, of the future, of change, of not fitting in, of intimacy, of being alone, of growing old ... the list seems endless. We are also easily paralysed by fear of the things we need to do from driving or public speaking to making tough decisions or asking for what we want or need.
Whatever your challenge and whatever fears are holding you back, Susan Jeffers’ profound advice, insight and tools will help you move from a place of paralysis, pain and indecision to one of energy, enthusiasm and action.
“If you have trouble taking risks and need help read Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway”
“Reading this book was a revelation. It's a wonderful book for life”
Julie Walters, actress
“The best self-help book I've read...everyone should read this”
“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, The Sun
“Sometimes we all need courage”
Geri Halliwell, on reading Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway, Evening Standard
“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
“Packed with insights as to why we feel the way we do and tools to improve your coping mechanisms”
“The queen of self-help”
“Simple yet profound reasoning”