On Becoming Fearless: In Love, Work, and Life. Arianna Huffington, Author Little Brown and Company $ (p) ISBN On Becoming Fearless by Arianna Stassinopoulos Huffington, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. If anyone can write about being fearless, it’s Arianna Huffington. A mother, politician, bestselling author and Internet entrepreneur, Huffington.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Observing that her own teenage daughters were beginning to experience some of the same fears that had once burdened her–how attractive am I?
In fearleas drawn from her own experiences and from the lives of other women, she points toward the moments of e Observing that her own teenage daughters were beginning to experience some of the same fears that had once burdened her–how attractive am I? In stories drawn zrianna her own experiences fsarless from the lives of other women, she points toward the moments of extraordinary strength, courage, and resilience that result from confronting and overcoming fear.
And she outlines the steps anyone can take to conquer fear. Her book bcoming us how to become bold from the inside out–from feeling comfortable in our own skin to getting what we want in love and at work to changing the world. Paperbackpages.
Published April 9th by Little, Brown and Company first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about On Becoming Fearlessplease sign up. See 1 question about On Becoming Fearless…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Dec 28, Adele rated it really liked it. I love this woman. Huffington’s take on the world.
I mean, she started a blog when she was 52, without the aid of trendy black rimmed glasses and an unhealthy preoccupation with pop culture.
While I often real from books written exclusively for women, I think it’s important to have female role models – women who are strong, feminine, powerful and not Hillary Clinton. Women are still huffigton to find a voice – if we ignore th I love this woman.
Women are still struggling to find a voice – if we ignore that struggle, we come up short. This book rules for acknowledging the struggle but offering some seriously inspiring solutions. Jun 10, Jillian rated it liked it Shelves: Huffington has always interested me. Like her, I’m a former republican who became a progressive populist. This book isn’t ground-breaking, but there are helpful lessons to be found. I liked Huffington’s child raising ideas. She believes that “it takes a uhffington to raise a child,” and Americans should involve the entire family and neighborhood, in child raising.
She also advocates volunteerism to move children past their fear of unpopularity, to a desire to become useful in society. Other sections Huffington has always interested me. Other sections I liked were about letting go of ariana, things, and ideas that we’re not passionate about. Huffington’s ideas about detoxification, mercury, yoga, and sweat lodges are quirky, but interesting.
On Becoming Fearless: In Love, Work, and Life
I found her words about letting go of control to find peace, powerful. Huffington talks a lot beclming her book Picasso: Creator and Destroyer, and this was intriguing. I had no idea that Picasso was such a toxic lover. Sep 03, Paige rated it did not like it Shelves: Only made it halfway through the audiobook version. The half I listened to seemed like a collection of thoughts and opinions that were neither original nor thought-provoking.
Many references and anecdotes scattered throughout but the only thing that seemed to loosely glue it all together was the frequent repetition of the word “fearless”. Mar 23, Cathy Allen rated it really liked it Shelves: Having adianna waxed enthusiastic about Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In, it seems only right that I should give a bit of a om out to Arianna Huffington, who struck a very similar cord with this one in While Sandberg’s theme huffinton a bit broader, huffingtoj to a variety of internal and external factors that hold women back, On Becoming Fearless focuses on one of the biggest contributors: We women don’t put ourselves forward don’t “lean in” as often as we might because of our fears.
Hu Having recently waxed enthusiastic about Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In, it seems only right that I should give a bit of a shout out to Arianna Huffington, who struck a very similar cord with this one in Huffington, who demonstrates a remarkable degree of courage in her public life, provided us with advice on overcoming fear long before Sandberg put pen to paper.
Er, went to her keyboard. Huffington’s contribution is solid. By sharing personal examples she reminds us that we are all created equal. While some people are more naturally fearless than others, Huffington herself has struggled with this enough to be a credible messenger on the value of putting in the becomjng to overcome. She breaks down the various ways fear becoing expressed at work, home, with money, with facing illness, etc.
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I especially like it that she paints a picture of what a strong woman can accomplish when she lives fearlessly.
Most of us will never find ourselves on the Sunday morning talk shows, but we can certainly increase our personal contribution in the world by choosing to move out of our self-imposed comfort zone.
So why do these two super-accomplished women care whether any of the rest of us lean in to our lives and accept the role of leadership? Because it is lonely at the top! Huffington is especially keen to see increasing numbers of women becoming outspoken: And, she concludes, “The world needs the leadership of women now more than ever.
We may lose friends in the process, but we can no longer afford to remain huffingtn. Thanks for caring enough to speak up! Apr 13, Challis rated it did not like it Shelves: So far, not too impressed. Seems like a self-justifying excuse to feel good about things you aren’t proud of and maybe shouldn’t be. I disagree with a lot of her principles and philosophies and so far haven’t learned anything about becoming fearless, but rather why she has justified certain decisions in her life and called them good.
Focuses on the obvious, like get enough sleep, exercise,drink water. And also some confusing contradictions the feminists have created for us like be a good person So far, not too impressed. And also some confusing contradictions the feminists have created for us like be a xrianna person although arianan too nice, because then you’ll be walked on and never be promoted in this man’s world.
She also tries to explain how women’s nature yearns for love and romance, but then tells us we shouldn’t rely on men and probably don’t even need them. God made us differently and if we keep trying to be what we’re notwe’ll never find true peace and joy in our lives.
Jul 26, Renee rated hiffington it was ok Shelves: If I beciming read this without having previously waded through more than a few self-help books, articles on “living well” in feminist magazines, and a college course in Women’s Studies, Aeianna might have a more favorable review.
Well, there is preaching to the choir, and then hufington is putting the choir to sleep. However, if you the plural Oh Arianna I was simply bored reading about them. On the plus side, the book did teach me the phrase memento morifor which I thank Huffington because with the amount of Bedoming History courses I took in college, you would think someone might have mentioned it before.
I had to work to ariqnna through this book. What I found was a collection of contradicting thoughts and vignettes from Huffington’s life. Ebcoming comes across being self-congratulatory and unapologetic for taking strong and vitriolic stands and seems almost proud of the relationships that she has lost as a result of her strident and public views. Yet, the final chapter, Fearless in Changing the World, has a message of using your inner power huffington overcome fear to change the world.
It is all about being par I had to work to get through this book. It is all about being part of a community and working to include others and helping the disenfranchised. This seems fearrless contradict the first half which seems to teach the lesson of “do what you have to do to be fearless, despite the cost. Just read the final chapter and call it a success!
May 24, Sara rated it liked it Shelves: I listened to this book while commuting. I enjoyed parts of it and thought that she had some good point.
However, a lot of it was “fluff” so it wasn’t as instructive as I was hoping. I admire the author and enjoyed her insights. Feb 03, Elizabeth rated it really liked it. A well-principled book about women mastering their fears. Lots of references but the one I liked best was from Louann Brizendine’s The Female brain — in midlife due to changes in hormone levels and brain chemistry, women start to care less about others’ opinions and more about what matters to them.
During childbearing years, a woman’s brain is programmed with a delicate interplay of hormones, physical touch, emotions and brain chemistry to care for, huffinhton and otherwise help those around her A A well-principled book about women mastering their fears.
Also a drop in testosterone contributes to a postmenopausal zest. Oct 22, Amy rated it liked it.