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Pelican Publishing Company, Nov 30, 1996 - Self-Help - 112 pages
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"When you use the Secret and conquer your fear, something happens to you. You become stronger. You become larger than the fear. The fear still exists, but somehow it's less than you are. When you conquer your fear, you prepare yourself for another level, just as when you conquered single-digit addition you prepared yourself for double-digit addition." It really is that simple. By using the Secret, you no longer have to be afraid of anything. By reading this book, you learn when fear is your enemy . . . and when it is your friend. While fear cannot be eliminated, it can be conquered. When it has been conquered, then you can reap the benefits and live a freer, more productive, more rewarding, and more carefree life. The author knows the secret and knows the nature of fear. He shows that while fear is necessary, it is not necessary to be controlled by it. You really can learn how to use your fear to your advantage.

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About the author (1996)

Mike Hernacki graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor of arts degree in education. After spending the next few years teaching, he returned to school and earned a juris doctorate degree from Detroit School of Law. Hernacki practiced law for two years before discovering that writing is his true passion. He is a financial writer and consultant with decades of experience in the field of personal motivation.

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