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Fear of Nothing
     

Fear of Nothing

by Rick Aster
 
It is a problem of our age. The same winds of prosperity that fueled the staggering growth of manufacturing and information during the 20th century have also left us with piles of clutter and long lists of things to do. Some might say this is the price of progress. To Rick Aster, though, it is an opportunity, a chance to examine the way we live and to free ourselves

Overview

It is a problem of our age. The same winds of prosperity that fueled the staggering growth of manufacturing and information during the 20th century have also left us with piles of clutter and long lists of things to do. Some might say this is the price of progress. To Rick Aster, though, it is an opportunity, a chance to examine the way we live and to free ourselves from limitations. Whether life seems overwhelming, or just all too predictable, this groundbreaking book shows how you can find all the answers you need in your own clutter. Fear of Nothing leads you on an unforgettable journey of reshaping your possessions, freeing your schedule, and transforming your life. Along the way, you resolve the suspense that has you focusing on everything but what you re actually doing. You overcome the fear of nothing, a primal fear that makes it hard to let go of things. And you draw on the astonishing power and productivity of present-moment action. As you will discover, you really can live a life that is not dictated by clutter or to-do lists, a life in which every day is a new day with new possibilities. It’s a journey you can take right now, if you’re ready, in the pages of Fear of Nothing.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781891957147
Publisher:
Breakfast Communications Corporation
Publication date:
01/28/2009
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
5.70(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Combining economic theory with the timeless spiritual knowledge of shamanism has given Rick Aster uncommon insight into the way people make decisions and earned him a reputation as “the shamanic economist.” Businesses rely on his work to better understand and predict their customer’s decisions. He is also known for his work in music and technology.

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