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Be Fearless

Change Your Life in 28 Days
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Summary

Psychotherapist Jonathan Alpert wants readers to know one thing: you can face your fear and create your ultimate life - and you can do it quickly. You can find your dream job. You can end that dead end relationship and get the love you want and deserve. You can overcome perfectionism, procrastination, panic, worry, rejection, failure, excuses and even the people in your life who keep telling you that you can't. You can turn your dreams into reality. You can find happiness, success and love. And you don't need years of therapy or even medications to do it. Be Fearless is a 5-step plan that is guaranteed to transform the fearful into fearless. It's based on a revolutionary formula developed by Jonathan Alpert and it has worked on countless of his patients whose amazing stories are told throughout the book. By teaching readers to use fear to their advantage and take important risks Be Fearless will make the impossible possible.

©2012 Jonathan Alpert and Alisa Bowman (P)2012 Hachette Audio

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    5 out of 5 stars

Very useful

Having read a lot of books on the topic of fear management I have to say that this book stands out
by providing practical guides on how to take action about certain fears immediately.
The only shame is that in contrast to what the author himself recommends he spends from my point of view too much time ranting about bad therapists and the key mistakes they make.

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    2 out of 5 stars

Disappointed

Very disappointed. Basically, most of the book is the author talking about himself and his experiences, and then most of the stuff is what you probably already know!

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