A Charlois Book Review

Friday, December 23rd, 2022

There are times when you come across a resource that has the potential to be a game changer.  The book “Do It Scared,” by Ruth Soukup, has been that for me.  It’s a self-help book that focuses on overcoming your fears to accomplish great things.  Ms. Soukup digs into her own life to share examples of the challenges we can overcome.

This book is broken down into three sections of seven chapters each.  The first section covers the seven fear architypes that she and her research team have identified.  Each chapter covers the basics of that particular fear, the downside, and some strengths associated with the fear.

Section two is called, Principles of Courage.  In this section she covers seven principles, that when embraced can help individuals overcome their fear.  She gives examples from her personal life as well as professional experiences to guide the reader into understanding how to apply it.

Finally, in section three, we get a step-by-step action plan that can be utilized to move people in the direction of their dreams.  Again, she uses relevant examples to get her message across.  This is where the rubber meets the road.

Throughout the book there are things that can aid the reader in their own journey.  Everything from a website that tests you for your fear type, to things her company produces to make the journey easier.

Then she includes ways to become part of her community and enjoy the benefits that brings.  Overall, a great book if you want to put your fears behind you, and move into your ideal new life.

Buy it, read it, and practice it. You won’t regret it.

God bless.

Robert A. Charlois III

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