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eBook Hug the Monster: Embrace Your Fears and Live Your Dreams ePub

by et.al David Miln Smith

  • ISBN: 0712670165
  • Category: Psychology and Counseling
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: et.al David Miln Smith
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rider & Co; 1st edition (January 1999)
  • Pages: 233
  • ePub book: 1154 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1776 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 137

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Since all people have fears which prevent them from moving on and up in life, Smith categorizes these fears and then . This book is full of useful tools to help one confront a specific fear. It has helped me in all facets of my life from career to relational.

Since all people have fears which prevent them from moving on and up in life, Smith categorizes these fears and then tells the reader how to confront them. Confrontation of fears and overcoming them is easier said than done, so the author puts together a plan on how to overcome them. This is a sound way to overcoming difficulties in your life. For those who have some sort of fears (as all of us do), this is a plan of tackling those fears. The one problem about this book is the author always dwelling on his own personal conquests of his fears.

Hug The Monster: Embrace Your Fears and Live Your Dreams,' by David Miln Smith and Sandra Leicester, £. 9, published by Rider. Feel the fear and do it anyway,' by Susan Jeffers, £. 9, Rider. Happiness: the 30-day guide that will last you a lifetime,' by Patrick Whiteside, £. 9, is published by Rider.

How to confront your fears and become better. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 15 years ago. The authors and mainly Smith dwell on their vast experience to have their audience confront the fears which plague people. Since all people have fears which prevent them from moving on and up in life, Smith categorizes these fears and then tells the reader how to confront them.

by David Miln Smith (Author), Sarah Leicester (Author).

Publisher: Rider & Co ISBN 13: 9780712670166. Originally published in 1997, this self-help book teaches how to overcome fears and self-imposed limits to achieve greater joy and success in life. Title: Hug the Monster: How to Embrace Your Fears and Live Your Dreams Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Used-like N : The book pretty much look like a new book. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Includes exercises, insights and adventures to help readers deal with such issues as low self-esteem, new relationships, and public speaking.

David is also the author of Hug the Monster: How to Embrace your Fears and Live Your Dream where he reframes risk as a. .Smith has faced first time fear plenty of times in a variety of wilderness athletic adventure situations.

David is also the author of Hug the Monster: How to Embrace your Fears and Live Your Dream where he reframes risk as a positive force for enhanced creativity and performance. Few others, if any, have the wide variety, diversity and longevity of experiencing athletic adventures in the most exotic and sacred places on the planet. Most athletes and adventurers hone specific skills and movements to high level excellence. Because he has literally put his life on the line many times, he's an authority on managing fear and overcoming self-imposed limits.

HUG THE MONSTER: How to Embrace Your Fears and Live Your Dreams (with Sandra Leicester) (Andrews & McMeel, 1996).

David Miln Smith (born October 17, 1938) is a speaker and adventure athlete. He was the first man to swim from Africa to Europe across the Strait of Gibraltar, which he did twice, first in 1966, and again in 1967. HUG THE MONSTER: How to Embrace Your Fears and Live Your Dreams (with Sandra Leicester) (Andrews & McMeel, 1996). HEALING JOURNEY The Odyssey of an Uncommon Athlete (Sierra Club Books/Random House, 1983). The East/West Exercise Book (McGraw-Hill, 1976).

View all Hug the Monster: How to Embrace Your Fears and Live Your Dreams pictures. Manufacturer: Andrews Mcmeel Pub Release date: 1 March 1996 ISBN-10 : 0836213211 ISBN-13: 9780836213218. Tags: Love (1), Fear (1), Courage (1), Emotions (1).

how to embrace your fears and live your dreams. Published 1996 by Andrew and McMeel in Kansas City. Fear, In library, Risk-taking (Psychology), Self-actualization (Psychology).

Comments

Gela Gela
I hope this book comes out in another printed edition. It is timeless and a weapon against living a cowardly life.
INwhite INwhite
The authors and mainly Smith dwell on their vast experience to have their audience confront the fears which plague people. Since all people have fears which prevent them from moving on and up in life, Smith categorizes these fears and then tells the reader how to confront them. Confrontation of fears and overcoming them is easier said than done, so the author puts together a plan on how to overcome them. This is a sound way to overcoming difficulties in your life. For those who have some sort of fears (as all of us do), this is a plan of tackling those fears.
The one problem about this book is the author always dwelling on his own personal conquests of his fears. After the first dozen stories, one gets kind of tired of this approach. After reading this, I got the impression the author has a big ego. However the book gives you a plan on a way to confront your fears.
Gaeuney Gaeuney
This book is a gift. I have been a minister and teacher for twenty odd years and I found within it's pages the essence of all the useful teachings the world has produced. This book was written to assist anyone who is making or about to make significant changes. It is also useful for those who are going through challenges and need some inspiration and motivation to move forward. I found the writing style easy to read and the information helpful. That's all I ask for in a book.
Sagda Sagda
This book is full of useful tools to help one confront a specific fear. It has helped me in all facets of my life from career to relational. Get it. Absorb it. Apply it.