The Times (London) namedSusan Jeffers, Ph.D, “the Queen of Self-Help” ranking her alongside such influential gurus as Nelson Mandela, the Dalai Lama and Deepak Chopra. Her first book, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway, launched her career as a best-selling author. Seventeen more books and audio programs about fear, relationships and personal growth followed. Today, her books are available in over 100 countries and have been translated into 37 languages.
Susan passed away from cancer in 2012 but her work and message live on, continuing to inspire millions worldwide.
I’ve often been asked to explain why we have so little trust in ourselves. I don’t really know the answer to that. I know that some fear is instinctual and healthy and keeps us alert to trouble. The rest—the part that holds us back from personal growth—is inappropriate and destructive, and perhaps can be blamed on our conditioning.