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Mastering fear : a Navy Seal's guide
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Brandon Webb has jumped out of airplanes, served as a sniper under terrifying conditions, and piloted planes through dangerous turbulence. As a Navy SEAL, he learned how to manage his impulse to panic when facing frightening situations, and as a public speaker and entrepreneur, he learned how to apply those things in civilian life. When a friend admitted he was terrified of the water and couldn't swim, Brandon volunteered to help and learned that his techniques for mastering fear worked in that case, too.

It's impossible to prevent fear, but it is possible to harness it when it does rear its ugly head. In Mastering Fear , Webb shows that people from all walks of life can stretch boundaries little by little through habit and practice and learn to use their fear as fuel to accomplish more than they ever thought they could.

Breaking down the process of turning fear to your advantage, Webb and his bestselling co-author John David Mann have written a must-read for anyone in need of courage.
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Table of Contents
Introduction In The Poolp. 1
Roadmap The Battle Is In Your Mindp. 11
1Decisionp. 47
2Rehearsalp. 73
3Letting Gop. 107
4Jumping Offp. 139
5Knowing What Mattersp. 165
Conclusion Solo Flightp. 197
Acknowledgmentsp. 201
Indexp. 203
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