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What To Do When You Don't Know What To Do: Common Horse Sense

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This remarkable book speaks to our current stressful, fear-based mode of existing by offering simple, common-sense solutions that lead toward sanity and joy. And the wonderful thing is that these methods are available to us all in present-moment time. Wyatt Webb sticks to his belief that the cause of our most difficult struggles in this life are two things we’re not born with: fear and self-doubt. Since these two conditions are learned, there is definitely hope for overcoming them via the process of unlearning and relearning, which is at our intellectual, emotional, and spiritual fingertips. 

We’re able to move from the perception of being stuck by availing ourselves of the simple yet profound tools offered in this book. For one-tenth the cost of a therapy session, you can access the map to freedom. What have you got to lose?

184 pages, Paperback

First published July 15, 2006

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September 28, 2010
I really enjoyed Wyatt Webb's first book, and this one was even better.

He goes through the "Five steps for overcoming fear and self-doubt" and he does it in a very practical, open, honest way.
He tells stories of clients he has worked with at Miraval Resort... many of which are amazing and simple at the same time.

Most of the book is about him challenging his fear of heights. The emotions and reactions that come up within him when he decides to confront that fear. He is just honest and genuine.

Its refreshing.

I have used the five steps several times everyday. With little fears and big ones.
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November 6, 2016
Perhaps a distant variant of Dale Carnegie's "Stop Worrying and Start Living". Similar principles accept that the model has been elaborated a bit. Unlike Dale Carnegie's classic book which provides a mental model for overcoming your fears without linking everything to childhood traumas, this book links everything to previous experiences and for that I downgraded to 3 stars.
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April 12, 2008
I had forgotten about his 2nd book until working on this list...I plan to read it so check back for a review later
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May 8, 2009
I liked the first one better..."Its not about the Horse". This one seemed to take me a long time to read even though it wasn't very long. I still learned a few things though.
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