“This book taught me about the difference between good fear and bad fear. Bad fear prevents us from living our best life. Good fear heightens our sensitivity to people, places and things that we should avoid. One might call it intuition. As de Becker explains, ‘when it comes to danger, intuition is always right in at least two important ways. One it is always in response to something. Two, it always has your best interest at heart.'” Read more...
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