The Bravest You: Five Steps to Fight Your Biggest Fears, Find Your Passion, and Unlock Your Extraordinary Life by Adam Kirk Smith


Book Description....

"A Breakthrough Bravery System to Confront Your Greatest Fears, Find Your Purpose, and Create the Successful Life You Want
Feeling directionless, or perhaps too intimidated to make a necessary change in your life? Tired of letting your fears keep you from achieving your goals or becoming healthier, happier, or more successful? If so, this book is for you. Popular life coach and consultant Adam Smith has created a powerful method to help you harness your inner passion and drive to overcome whatever is holding you back.
The Bravest You presents the five-step Bravery Process(TM), an easy and highly effective way to master our biggest fears. Offering inspiring and helpful advice, Smith guides you through each of stage of the process--Complacency, Inspiration, Fear, Passion, Bravery--showing how to identify goals and passions and apply the Bravery Process to any circumstance. These proven techniques will empower you to conquer your doubts once and for all and become your bravest self.
Covering the ten most common fears all successful people face, from the fears of inadequacy and being judged, to rejection, failure, loss of control, and loneliness, The Bravest You arms you with the necessary tools to tackle any fear-inducing situation head-on and lead the braver, happier, and more successful life you've always imagined."


Title:  The Bravest You
Author:  Adam K. Smith
Publisher:  Tarcherperigee
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Rating:  Four
Review:

"The Bravest You"  by Adam K. Smith

My Thoughts.....

'The Bravest You' will give the reader a good self help read as one gets a  little bit of it all being so intelligently presented and so well persuasive giving the reader some deep insight of this read. We find fro the read that this author presents to the readers 'Five Steps to Fight Your Biggest Fears, Find Your Passion and Unlock Your Extraordinary Life. 'Is this a encouragement and self help read?  Yes, although some of the read may not be relatable for all there are some topics that could be for others that can help through 'research, quotes and examples of some famous people.'  I found from the read if ones has the courage to keep moving forward their greatest fears and challenges often leads one to their greatest talents and joys after all is said and done.  The author goes on to give the reader experiences but I was not really sure it would relate to the every person, however, it was still a interesting read to see what points this author is making to the reader. In the last part of the read as the author gives some of his personal experiences it did make some interesting points of his subject matter...'The Bravest You.'

 











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