Unsubscribe from Anxiety
Worry and anxiety feel terrible, are bad for your health, never, ever improve the situation and are NOT mandatory! In this unique, myth-shattering book, reformed worrier David A. Stone shows you how you can let go of anxiety, worry and self-doubt. Then he shows you how to replace them with confidence and self-esteem, while still dealing with all of life’s challenges. You’re going to learn:
- The behind-the-scenes, inner workings of worry
- The sneaky ways in which you’ve been conditioned to worry
- A surprising truth that lets you opt out of anxiety
- A simple, step-by-step process for letting your anxiety go
- Three practices that let you avoid anxiety forever
- Ten mental habits that let you live a worry-free life
You know that fear, anxiety and worry get in the way of living the life of your dreams. This book will give you the permission and the process for living a worry-free life and reclaiming your best self.
The Fearless Decision
In the fall of 2009, at the age of 55, author David A. Stone reached the conclusion that anxiety, worry and self-doubt were useless mental states. They felt awful, never improved the situation, depleted his health and were roadblocks to achievement. So he decided to remove them from his life.The list of things about which we worry is long and includes illness, financial ruin, loneliness and the opinions of others as just a few of the biggies. We also worry about paying the phone bill next month, whether that mole on your arm is getting any bigger, why my friend hasn’t liked my Instagram post and what your mother will say if you go to Vegas with that guy for the weekend.But what if you could deal with those, plus all the other challenges that come your way without the worry and anxiety?In this collection of posts from his blog, David shares both his personal journey and the techniques he found that will help you, too, permanently remove fear and anxiety from your life. What would you do if you weren’t afraid? If you weren’t afraid to try, to fail, to be judged, to look foolish and yes, even to succeed?