Susan Jeffers Teaches Readers How To Eliminate Fear

Susan Jeffers is an author of several popular self improvement books. Her most well known book is "Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway."

She has devoted her writing career and talents to helping people break through the fears that hold them back from achieving their dreams. "Feel The Fear" was published over 20 years ago after being rejected by several publishing houses. Determined not to give up, Jeffers finally landed a publisher and today has several related self improvement books on the market. In addition, she conducts workshops and trains other teachers so her methods can be taught in cities all over the world.

Background of Susan Jeffers

Susan Jeffers was born a small town girl, but was drawn to the big city life. At an early age she felt she was destined to have a successful career. However, like many women of the era, she got married young and started a family. Determined not to give up on her dream, she went back to school while her children were still young and obtained a Ph.D. in psychology. After graduation, she landed a great job at New York's Floating Hospital and worked there for ten years before she launched her writing career. Her first book was "Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway," which went on to become very successful, and set the stage for her future works.

Books By Susan Jeffers

• "Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway" was first published in 1985, but continues to be among the most popular self improvement books. In this book, Susan Jeffers encourages readers to face their fears, teaching that in many cases, fear is based upon faulty thinking and is unfounded. When the faulty thinking is corrected, the fears vanish. The book explains the concept of how we develop unfounded fears and how they limit our success. Then Susan Jeffers offers practical exercises that can be used to eliminate the fears and open the door for better relationships, improved finances, and a happier life.

• "Feel The Fear And Beyond" offers fans of "Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway" concrete steps for putting Jeffers' teachings into action. This book contains specific exercises and examples that bring about positive changes. The two books together offer readers a complete plan for breaking through fear and creating a joyful life.

• "The Feel the Fear Guide to Lasting Love" was published for those seeking answers to relationship problems. Susan Jeffers applies the same principals she offered in "Feel The Fear But Do It Anyway" to the realm of the heart. She helps readers eliminate the fear and negativity that causes troubled relationships. This is a recommended book for those in search of a soul mate and for those who want to improve the state of their current relationship.

More and more books are also becoming available as ebooks and audibles.

Here are a few links to some of the most popular ebook readers on Amazon.com:

 

 



• "Life is Huge!" is a compilation of articles that can be read a day at a time for a daily dose of wisdom, humor, and inspiration. The articles cover various aspects of life and relationships and they can be read in any order so they are perfect for those times when you need a quick uplifting message.

• "The Little Book of Confidence" is another compilation of the writings of Susan Jeffers on the subject of building confidence to overcome fears of any nature such as losing a spouse, public speaking, or changing careers.

• "The Little Book of Peace of Mind" is a collection of thoughts designed to help you feel at peace with life. This small book can be carried with you and read often so you can maintain your sense of joy and serenity.

• "I'm Okay You're a Brat" is an important book for parents and soon-to-be parents. This book was reprinted with the title, "Freeing Ourselves From The Mad Myths Of Parenthood." In this work, Susan Jeffers explains why some parents have difficulty with the role of parenthood. She shows why having children changes relationships and also helps parents who are plagued with guilt about struggling as a parent.

• "I Can Handle It!" is a self improvement book by Susan Jeffers that is directed towards children. It is a compilation of stories about children handling tough situations such as teasing, divorce, losing toys, and fear of the dark.

• "Embracing Uncertainty: Breakthrough Methods for Achieving Peace of Mind When Facing the Unknown" is a helpful book for readers who are fearful of an uncertain future. In this book, Jeffers teaches that life is fulfilling and meaningful because of uncertainty rather than in spite of it. This book received the award for Best Personal Development Book by Kindred Spirit Magazine in 2002.

• "End the Struggle and Dance with Life" by Susan Jeffers teaches readers how to embrace the good qualities of life such as gratitude, love, abundance, trust, and joy. By focusing on these good aspects of life, Jeffers explains we can avoid being drawn into fear, anger, and distress. She offers practical steps to help readers stay in control and maintain a sense of calm.

• "Dare To Connect" is filled with insights and exercises that help readers connect with others so they lose the sense of loneliness. Susan Jeffers explains when we connect with loved ones, co-workers, friends, and strangers, our lives are richer and more rewarding.

The Work Of Susan Jeffers

Susan Jeffers has devoted her career to helping others overcome their problems. As a successful self improvement author and speaker, she is able to bring about change on a large scale. Jeffers continues to write books, ebooks, and articles for her website. In addition she publishes audios based on her "Feel The Fear" message. She is highly sought after as a public speaker and guest for radio and TV segments. Her insights have touched the lives of millions of people around the world.



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