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Becoming Fearless

Author : Michelle Aguilar
ISBN : 9780781407731
Genre : Religion
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Michelle Aguilar's inspiring story goes beyond her grand-prize victory on the immensely popular The Biggest Loser. Becoming Fearless is about having faith in God when you've lost faith in yourself. It is an encouragement to "feel the fear" in any obstacle in life without being paralyzed by it. Finally, it is a story about reconciliation between Michelle and her mother, an exploration of the difficult and freeing work of forgiveness, and a reminder that what you learn on the journey is even more important than the destination.

Feel The Fear Beyond

Author : Susan Jeffers
ISBN : 9781473529793
Genre : Self-Help
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Internationally renowned author, Susan Jeffers, has helped millions of people round the globe to overcome their fears and heal the pain in their lives. Her now classic work, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway, has been a huge worldwide success and continues to ride high in the bestseller charts because it showed us all, in simple terms, how to transform our anxieties into confidence, action and love. Feel the Fear...and Beyond is a practical companion to this important book - yet it also stands alone as a must-have for facing life and facing fears in the twenty-first century. Filled with valuable exercises, it is designed to teach us that we can handle whatever life brings us in a powerful and life-affirming way. Susan Jeffers encourages us to make full use of these valuable tools when we are fearful of making changes or confronting new situations in our lives.

Journey To A Fearless Life

Author : Larry Hopkins
ISBN : 9781597819190
Genre : Religion
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Fear Less Now

Author : Ingrid Bacci, Ph.D.
ISBN : 145255160X
Genre : Self-Help
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Your life may travel many different paths, but it has only one true purpose. At the deepest level, your purpose is to find freedom, a way of being in which you feel simultaneously peaceful, powerful, happy, and productive. Yet if you are like most human beings, you may find that achieving this purpose seems to elude you. You look for it in different directions, only to find that it is not there. Despite your best efforts, you may still harbor anxiety, fear, anger, restlessness, or frustration. If so, you are like most of us. Why do we have such a difficult time creating the serenity, strength, and love that we all desire? Fear-Less Now proves unequivocally that the problem that keeps us from our own most cherished goal lies in the way our minds and hearts function, and not in our external circumstances. It also offers you a simple yet profound process for attaining what you really want. By systematically applying the tools of daily living recommended in this book, you can build the balance, serenity, and centeredness you desire. You can be the master of your self-liberation.

Good Company Issue 2

Author : Grace Bonney
ISBN : 9781579658816
Genre : Business & Economics
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Inspired by her New York Times bestseller In the Company of Women, Grace Bonney’s Good Company is the innovative and supportive journal for women and nonbinary creatives at every stage of life, founded on the power of inclusivity, diversity, and celebrating the differences that unite. Its mission is to provide motivation, inspiration, advice, and a vital sense of connection and community. The Fear(less) Issue tackles the subject at the heart of any kind of ambition—failure—with articles from Luvvie Ajayi, Jenna Wortham, Rhea Butcher, and others on how to turn fear into creative fuel, facing the dreaded sophomore slump, the power of co-working spaces to help create a fearless sense of community, and so much more. The Fear(less) Issue continues Good Company’s mission to provide an energetic and highly stimulating place to connect, learn, grow, and work through the challenges that women across the spectrum experience in pursuing their passions and dreams. We all fail—but it’s how we fail, and how we recover, that separates a positive experience from a negative one. This issue shares words, stories, life lessons, and more as it explores something we all shun, yet which has a power unlike any other to help us succeed.

Fearless At Work Achieve Your Potential By Transforming Small Moments Into Big Outcomes

Author : Molly Fletcher
ISBN : 9781259862991
Genre : Business & Economics
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The winning game plan for channeling fear into world-class performance Fear comes in all forms, but one thing is always true: Fear is an obstacle to success. Every successful person has overcome fear. Hailed as “the female Jerry Maguire” by CNN, top sports agent-turned-entrepreneur Molly Fletcher knows all about performing under pressure. Talent, skill, and endurance may be necessary ingredients to athletic achievement, but Fletcher zeroes in on the one common trait that drives elite individuals and teams to unparalleled success: a winning, fearless mindset. Success isn’t built in a day, so she guides you to recognize, seize, and shape the small moments that will make the greatest difference. Filled with play-by-play insights and field-tested strategies―and anchored by inspiring stories from an all-star roster of sports and business leaders―Fearless at Work shows you how to: • trade your self-defeating attitudes and self-imposed hurdles for a new outlook rooted in a sense of mission and purpose • defeat toxic thinking, push beyond your comfort zone, embrace new challenges, and achieve your stretch goals • prepare yourself to seize the moment when opportunity presents itself • harness the heightened alertness that comes with fear to drive positive outcomes • shrug off the fear of failure and not worry so much about what other people think, while gaining the confidence that comes from achieving meaningful change It takes awareness, it takes work, and it takes determination—but in the end, conquering your fear is a choice. It’s your choice to become Fearless at Work.

Following Jesus In A Culture Of Fear The Christian Practice Of Everyday Life

Author : Scott Bader-Saye
ISBN : 9781585589401
Genre : Religion
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Through politics, marketing, news programming, and popular culture we are taught to fear, often in ways that profit others. But what does all this fear do to our moral lives as it forms (or deforms) our character and our judgment? Drawing on Christian scripture and tradition, Following Jesus in a Culture of Fear articulates a response to fear that resists an ethic of security in favor of fostering an ethic of risk. The Christian virtues of hospitality, peacefulness, and generosity are presented as the way to defeat the counter-virtues of suspicion, preemption, and control. Pastors, students, and lay people will find this unique book both accessible and intriguing. EXCERPT Do not be afraid. We live in a time when this biblical refrain cannot be repeated too often. Both John Paul II in 1978 and his successor, Benedict XVI, in 2005 used these words to begin their papacies. Among all the things the church has to say to the world today, this may be the most important. No one has to be convinced that we live in fearful times, though we are not always sure what we should be afraid of and why. We suspect that our fears make us vulnerable to manipulation, but we find it hard to quell the fear long enough to analyze how it is being produced and directed for the benefit of others. One reason we are a more fearful culture today, despite the fact that the dangers are not objectively greater than in the past, is because some people have incentives and means to heighten, manipulate, and exploit our fears. Fear is a strong motivator, and so those who want and need to motivate others--politicians, advertisers, media executives, advocacy groups, even the church--turn to fear to bolster their message. I call this the "fear for profit" syndrome, and it is rampant. We have become preoccupied with unlikely dangers that take on the status of imminent threats, producing a culture where fear determines a disproportionate number of our personal and communal decisions. The sense of ever-increasing threats can overwhelm our ability to evaluate and respond proportionately to each new risk, thus we allow fear to overdetermine our actions.

Fearless Leadership Second Edition

Author : Carey Lohrenz
ISBN : 9781626341142
Genre : Business & Economics
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#1 Amazon Bestseller in Leadership Wall Street Journal Bestseller An F-14 fighter pilot’s top lessons for leading fearlessly—and bringing a team to peak performance As an aviation pioneer, Carey D. Lohrenz learned what fearless leadership means in some of the most demanding and extreme environments imaginable: the cockpit of an F-14 and the flight deck of an aircraft carrier. Here, her teams had to perform at their peak—or lives were on the line. Faltering leadership was simply unacceptable. Through these experiences, Lohrenz identified a fundamental truth: high-performing teams require fearless leaders. Since leaving the Navy, she’s translated that lesson into a new field, helping top business leaders, from Fortune 500 executives to middle managers, supercharge performance in today’s competitive business environments. In Fearless Leadership, Lohrenz walks you through the three fundamentals of real fearlessness—courage, tenacity, and integrity—and then reveals fearless leadership in action, offering advice on how to set a bold vision, bring the team together (as wingmen, not Top Gun mavericks), execute effectively, and stay resilient through hard times. Whether you’re stepping into your first leadership role or looking to get out of a longstanding rut, Fearless Leadership will act like your afterburner—rocketing you to ever-higher levels of performance.

Fearless Living

Author : Rhonda Britten
ISBN : 9781444733792
Genre : Self-Help
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So many of us are held back by fear - in every aspect of our lives. Hugely inspirational writer and speaker Rhonda Britten goes beyond Susan Jeffers' classic "Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway" to show us how to banish fear entirely. Describing how she herself overcame the personal tragedy of her father's murder of her mother, she explains the 3 key steps involved in reversing fortunes and making a success of our lives. First unblock potential, then dismantle self-defeating habits, and finally re-channel negative self-talk to turn your losses into wins and problems into possibilities. Both motivating and practical, Rhonda Britten includes case histories and exercises to help us identify, transform and move beyond our fears to a new life of physical, spiritual and emotional freedom.

Biker Chicz Of North America

Author : Edward Winterhalder
ISBN : 9780977174744
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In Biker Chicz of North America, Edward Winterhalder and Wil De Clercq have compiled in-depth profiles of twenty-two fascinating women who ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Each chapter features an individual whose life story is compelling, intriguing, fascinating, and inspirational. While each woman featured in this book is unique and extraordinary in her own right, there are, not surprisingly, certain attributes they all have in common. In addition to being avowed motorcycle riders they live to ride and ride to live they are successful, intelligent, freethinking, adventurous, creative, inspiring, and tenacious. They are women who have followed their dreams and dared to live life on their own terms. All are survivors who boldly took on challenges that many of us men or women would find daunting. Some of them came by their success easily, others by triumphing over adversity. Despite their common traits, most are as different as night and day. Some are introverted, others extroverted; some are family oriented, others are loners. They ll be the first to admit, however, that without their Harleys, they would not be who they are today. Their beloved motorcycles are what defines them and what sets them apart from their nonriding sisters.

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