The Fear Bubble: Harness Fear and Live Without Limits

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The Fear Bubble: Harness Fear and Live Without Limits

The Fear Bubble: Harness Fear and Live Without Limits

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Although he talks about constantly getting rid of ego he contradicts himself ad nauseam by playing the macho-role, refusing to take advice from the experts in his team qualified to lead him, and generally putting everyones life in danger purely because he is seeking out the most extreme adrenaline rush.

Anyone could be forgiven that this book is a almighty display of ego if they only read the initial few chapters, though Ant seems to be well aware of the destructive nature of ego based upon intelligence and actual experience. He talks about the different types of fear he has identified: the fear of suffering, failure and conflict. This book is packed with advice from his personal experiences, down to earth, and incredibly exciting because the book simultaneously follows the story of his summit on Mount Everest. It is not one of those books full of typical inspirational speeches that dosent really give you proper advice on how to achieve what you set out to do in life. This is told as two parts overlapping each other, his climb up Everest after feeling the need inside himself for a challenge and coping techniques of how to harness fear in various forms and use it to your advantage.

He might not burst it first time every time, having to step back outside it for a moment to gather himself and re-enter. For me personally it was thoroughly enjoyable, I actually haven’t read his first book, or know much about him until I read this, which 3/4 in, led me to binge on some of his ‘SASwhodareswins’ tv series. Ant never thought the skill he learned to survive and thrive could be transferred and use by other people in different walks of life, but the proof is there.

There was a scene where his attitude to an ice fall that would have killed them, if they had paused 10 minutes before, was well it didn't, move on! A very good book on the effect a positive and brutally honest mind set can have on achieving your goals. If you fail to comply with this obligation, we may have a right of action against you for compensation. I also liked how he gave real life examples of people he meets and when he gives them advise he doesn’t claim that those people are now the happiest people in the world. If the default mindset is 'You're not good enough,' the positive mindset is 'I'm better than I was yesterday.However he is finding himself not just being drawn to danger of seeking it out anywhere he can from running through traffic, to a "camping trip" to the most dangerous place on earth. He slags off people everywhere for being bed wetting victims, not pushing themselves, without once considering happiness. Put yourself in the correct frame of mind and challenge yourself constantly - you can prove to yourself that you're 'good enough' one hundred times a day. He tried to imagine a bubble around the place and event ie he needed to gain entry to a room where the bad guy was, and to not be afraid until he stepped into the bubble. Our Non-Fiction Range includes: Academic, Photography, Audio books, Business, Cook Books, Craft Books, Health and Fitness Books, Mind, Body, Spirit (Tarot).

If you refuse to open the doors, you may stay safe but can miss out on the other experience that life offers. I'm only aware of him from the SAS TV show where he seems like a standard soldier type, but here he comes across as arrogant and frankly, a bit unhinged. And all that's without his shocking behaviour on Everest istself, putting the lives of his team on the line for his own ego and going on a four day bender rather than training. The book seemed clumsily put together and could have been better edited to remove the repetition of the same concepts. Our Adult Fiction Books, Range includes Classics Novels, Comic Books, Crime, Thriller, Mystery Novels, General Fiction, Horror, Romance, Science Fiction and War.He also had a lot to say about the 'victim mindset' and how prevalent this is in modern popular culture. Best SAS:WDW books for me are Foxy’s two (second one was the best and probably my favourite overall), and Ollie Ollerton’s ‘Break Point’. Full details of your rights under the Distance Selling Regulations are available in the UK from your local Citizens' Advice Bureau or your Local Authority's Trading Standards Office. Ant begins this book trying to deal with his sudden popularity and feeling paranoid that everyone knows who he is and wants a piece of him.



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