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The chapter that talked about conquering fear, I think I resonated with the most. If you think what you need is a 12-step to get over your fears whether rational or not, think again! The author makes it fun, or at least easier to swallow in the resource page provided. I found myself thinking of the TV show King of the Hill, in which Boomhauer teaches Bobby how to get over his fear of talking to girls by illustrating how "every no just gets you closer to hearing that yes". This maxim may have been heard by us before, but have we all really taken the time to really think about the meaning of the term "numbers' game"? As Dr. Carroll puts it in perspective: when you really think about it, what is the worst that can happen? When it is put like that, it is a game, and not a life or death situation.
And do you know what it means to treat the present as it was once said wisely: "a gift"? A great take on that one, I think. I wish more people would take that one to heart. Everyday modern American life has become so frenzied and frenetic, I almost feel dizzy thinking about it (no joke!) Holidays, for example: People are thinking about Christmas shopping as soon as they blow out the candle in the jack-o-lantern. I don't know if I am alone in feeling that there is something to be said for "stopping and smelling the roses" more, but I think the author defientley makes a good point of living in the present more and not worrying about tommorrow so much.
A great tool to have on hand for invaluable wisdom and guidance.
I enjoyed that the author used different examples to help support his points in the different chapters. The one that I enjoyed and needed the most was Chapter 4: Mindfulness and Focus. I have a very hard time with focusing on my goals for a long period of time without getting distracted with other things going on in my life, losing sight. I have already begun the different exercises listed within the book and they are slowly helping.
I also love the suggestion of turning each of these areas into a 30 day Challenge. I'm planning on doing that for my Focus challenge. The book is written in a clear manner and can help anyone. Definitely worth a try!