Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway

Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan JeffersI’m feeling a bit bad about this review because a number of people recommended that book to me but I’m afraid I didn’t love it. Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers is all about building your confidence. She offers various techniques and ways of thinking, buy viagra with a healthy dose of case studies, to help you become a more confident and therefore more fulfilled person.

In theory this should have been just the book for me at the moment, with my goal to become more confident. There is undoubtedly a lot of good stuff in there and some techniques that I’ve read elsewhere and taken onboard.

However, for some reason I just couldn’t enjoy reading it. Over the last few years I’ve become much more open to ‘personal development’ but in my mind there is a distinction between personal development and self-help. I would say that this book definitely falls into the category of self-help. It put me off because it seemed to be for someone with very low self esteem who needed help in all aspects of their life, rather than for a reasonably confident businesswoman who needs a bit of help with confidence in certain situations (which is how I see myself). Maybe I need to open my mind a bit more and not cringe away from ‘self-help’.

If you really do feel that you have a self-esteem/confidence problem then you may well find this helps you, but if you’re looking for something to help you feel more confident at meeting new people when networking then I would look elsewhere.

Rating: ★★☆☆☆

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2 Responses to “Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway”

  1. Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway on 17 September 2008 9:37 pm

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  2. San Antonio Attorney on 18 September 2008 3:58 am

    Perhaps the book is what you think it is, for people who is in much severe case of loss of confidence and self esteem. Though its hard to judge it until I read it.

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