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From the million-copy-plus best-selling author of Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway comes a powerful and healing book designed to offer a safety net in a world of never-ending change. With her invaluable insights and exercises, Susan gives us the tools we need to deal with all the uncertainty in our lives with a sense of peace and wondrous possibility. How do we reach this wonderful state?
The answers abound in Embracing Uncertainty. Features include:
- Forty-two exercises to help you learn how to stop trying to control everything
- Techniques to instantly put problems into perspective
- How to discover the power of “maybe”
- And much more!
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Good, Yet Very Abridged
When I purchased abridged audio books in the past, they simply cut down on the amount of content for each idea. This book cuts down on the content itself. That is unacceptable. I will from now on make sure and find out just what "abridged" means from now on. I purchase audio books at a higher price than hard copy books because the content is there, not so I have to purchase the hard copy book later. That is a distasteful attempt at selling the book in a place that should not sink to such depths. Audible, in my opinion has had only the finest of quality in their products. This format has me on guard now. I certainly hope that this type of "abridgment" will be discouraged in the future in order to maintain the sense of quality and excellence that Audible has built over the years.
That being said, the content that Ms.Jeffers does provides is helpful, such as replacing "I hope" with "I wonder if..." and making the idea of death your friend.
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What did you love best about Embracing Uncertainty?
Because it helps me to see another side of my life.
Have you listened to any of Susan Jeffers’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I haven't listen any other book of her, but this I really recommended!
Any additional comments?
I highly recommended it!
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