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Have you ever imagined a life where fear didn’t rule you?It’s possible.What if you could go for your dreams without worrying about embarrassment, shame or failure?That’s possible too.All you need are a few simple mindset shifts.It’s not as easy as deciding not to care, though. You can’t “just do it.”You need to take a mindful approach, and that’s not always intuitive.Lucki Have you ever imagined a life where fear didn’t rule you?It’s possible.What if you could go for your dreams without worrying about embarrassment, shame or failure?That’s possible too.All you need are a few simple mindset shifts.It’s not as easy as deciding not to care, though. You can’t “just do it.”You need to take a mindful approach, and that’s not always intuitive.Luckily, Get the Hell Over It will help you do just that.Get ready to pursue creative goals without suffering panic attacks and Imposter Syndrome. Turn your pet project or hobby into a real, live side hustle or job Like … one that makes actual money.And prepare to do it all without losing heart or succumbing to fear. In this book, you’ll learn secrets such as: The difference between dreams, fantasies and byproducts – and why almost everyone gets this wrong Why most expectations don’t trigger action How to spot and stop fear without pity parties or bathtub drinking How to sidestep the people who don’t “get” what you’re doing to make room for creative connection How to define a product or service you love that others actually want to pay you for How to create a beautiful impression online and off  Get the Hell Over It is the definitive step-by-step guide to beating fear and designing a creative process that really, truly, actually works – and that you can follow for life.Buy it NOW to transform your creative dreams to reality WITHOUT feeling afraid, insecure or frustrated.Just click the BUY NOW button at the top of this page!


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Have you ever imagined a life where fear didn’t rule you?It’s possible.What if you could go for your dreams without worrying about embarrassment, shame or failure?That’s possible too.All you need are a few simple mindset shifts.It’s not as easy as deciding not to care, though. You can’t “just do it.”You need to take a mindful approach, and that’s not always intuitive.Lucki Have you ever imagined a life where fear didn’t rule you?It’s possible.What if you could go for your dreams without worrying about embarrassment, shame or failure?That’s possible too.All you need are a few simple mindset shifts.It’s not as easy as deciding not to care, though. You can’t “just do it.”You need to take a mindful approach, and that’s not always intuitive.Luckily, Get the Hell Over It will help you do just that.Get ready to pursue creative goals without suffering panic attacks and Imposter Syndrome. Turn your pet project or hobby into a real, live side hustle or job Like … one that makes actual money.And prepare to do it all without losing heart or succumbing to fear. In this book, you’ll learn secrets such as: The difference between dreams, fantasies and byproducts – and why almost everyone gets this wrong Why most expectations don’t trigger action How to spot and stop fear without pity parties or bathtub drinking How to sidestep the people who don’t “get” what you’re doing to make room for creative connection How to define a product or service you love that others actually want to pay you for How to create a beautiful impression online and off  Get the Hell Over It is the definitive step-by-step guide to beating fear and designing a creative process that really, truly, actually works – and that you can follow for life.Buy it NOW to transform your creative dreams to reality WITHOUT feeling afraid, insecure or frustrated.Just click the BUY NOW button at the top of this page!

47 review for Get the Hell Over It: How to Let Go of Fear and Realize Your Creative Dream (Weenie-Proofing the Artistic Brain Book 1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Olivia-Savannah

    When it comes to my creativity and blogging side, I’m no stranger to looking up good articles on the internet to help me get what I need. There are so many resources online. But this book isn’t really focused on those things, and that’s what makes this one different. Instead, this book focuses on the creator – YOU – and you being able to be as creative and successful as you want to be while doing so. This novel was very clear, precise and to the point. It’s really short, and the aim of it is to g When it comes to my creativity and blogging side, I’m no stranger to looking up good articles on the internet to help me get what I need. There are so many resources online. But this book isn’t really focused on those things, and that’s what makes this one different. Instead, this book focuses on the creator – YOU – and you being able to be as creative and successful as you want to be while doing so. This novel was very clear, precise and to the point. It’s really short, and the aim of it is to get you to kick-start your creative business career, whatever that may be. For a lot of us that means getting into blogging serious-time. But for some it means working on that carpenter dream business, or finally getting your novel published. There are so many different types of creativity and this one is for all of them. It’s especially hard for us because we have to be our own managers, market and sell ourselves and do everything possible to stay original and make time for creating. The biggest question that this book focuses on is the fear and what is holding you back from really making that step from an aspiring author to a published one – or whatever your obstacle may be. Sometimes, we end up unconsciously holding ourselves back and we don’t even realise this. I won’t say much more, but Moore will really be able to help you with all that. What I liked most about this little book was the links and references it makes. Moore recommends various paid and free tools to help jump start what you want to be doing. She mentions the editor I use to help me make all my graphics and designs for Olivia’s Catastrophe when it comes to my blog and youtube. She also mentions a website that I love to use for the best social media usage and optimization advice. So if any of that sounds like something you might need, then I’d recommend this one to you too. Moore’s writing style is very communicative. She’s always clear, but it kind of reads as if you are reading a blog post. There’s some humor sprinkled along all the good advice. And that’s really good because when it comes to instructions and things you don’t want a strict voice telling you what to do! All in all, this was a short but useful book. I really don’t read this genre of book often, but it really left me feeling inspired to get to working on making my blog and writing better. Hopefully with some of these tips I’ll be able to get there too! This review and others can be found on Olivia's Catastrophe: http://oliviascatastrophe.com/2017/09...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Maureen

    I'm going to start by saying that I'm not a big "self help book" person. I've read more than my share over the years and they often sound the same....."look deep within yourself... and blah blah blah." This book broke that mold right from the start. I felt as if Sarah and I were having a conversation. A very enjoyable conversation with a good friend over coffee. Her writing style is fun and easy, and you will find yourself nodding, agreeing, and very likely laughing along with her throughout the I'm going to start by saying that I'm not a big "self help book" person. I've read more than my share over the years and they often sound the same....."look deep within yourself... and blah blah blah." This book broke that mold right from the start. I felt as if Sarah and I were having a conversation. A very enjoyable conversation with a good friend over coffee. Her writing style is fun and easy, and you will find yourself nodding, agreeing, and very likely laughing along with her throughout the book. She gives great advice and techniques for how to step out of your comfort zone and go for that dream you've been thinking about. I only wish she had been around twenty or so years ago. But its never too late, right? Highly recommend!! This book is a must read for everyone!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Katriann

    I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you so much for the author for offering me a chance to read and review this book. Get the Hell Over It is an inspiring, informative and surprisingly funny book. It’s a really quick read about getting over fears and starting a creative business. Get the Hell Over It does not tell you what to do in great detail, but it gives you a starting point and a list of things to focus on that will help you start a creative business of yo I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you so much for the author for offering me a chance to read and review this book. Get the Hell Over It is an inspiring, informative and surprisingly funny book. It’s a really quick read about getting over fears and starting a creative business. Get the Hell Over It does not tell you what to do in great detail, but it gives you a starting point and a list of things to focus on that will help you start a creative business of your own. Most importantly though, it helps you realize that there is no reason to postpone setting the wheels in motion. Get the Hell Over It helps you realize that you are not any less talented than that neighbor of yours who sells self-made jewelry or that one class mate who has a candle shop on Etsy. This book reminds you that you can set up a successful business just as well as anybody else. You just have to be brave enough to try. Some of the topics covered in Get the Hell Over it include figuring out whether your hobbies and passions will make a good career, narrowing down your niche, marketing yourself, and simply getting over your fears of failing. The author tells about her own experiences and the fears she had to face when she decided to set up a creative business. She talks about her successes and failures in a funny and relatable way and shares the lessons she’s learned during the years she’s run a business from home. Yes, she has run a creative business from home for a quite a while, so she knows what she’s talking about. Now she is ready to help you get started with your business by giving you a chance to read Get the Hell Over It. If you’re unsure whether to buy this book, I would say give it a try. If you worry about not having enough time to read a heavy book filled with marketing theories and business terminology, you can stop worrying. This is not that book. This book is less than a hundred pages. It’s a light read and it’s actually quite funny. If you need motivation and encouragement or simply someone to tell you that you can turn your passion into a career, this book is for you. If you need a simple list of concrete steps you can take to get started with your business, this book is for you. Simply give this book a try if you have ever dreamed of working from home or turning your creative hobby into a business.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Silas

    Just no. Unlike other reviewers, I actually paid for this book. Amazon suggested it while I was looking for songwriting books, and it seemed like it might be of use. Of course, despite some early efforts, very little of this can apply to music, and the tone is condescending and off-putting. Maybe that works for some, but I am not a fan. The book also lacks focus, and careens between telling you that you should pursue creative endeavors, even if it's just as a hobby to telling you that you need to Just no. Unlike other reviewers, I actually paid for this book. Amazon suggested it while I was looking for songwriting books, and it seemed like it might be of use. Of course, despite some early efforts, very little of this can apply to music, and the tone is condescending and off-putting. Maybe that works for some, but I am not a fan. The book also lacks focus, and careens between telling you that you should pursue creative endeavors, even if it's just as a hobby to telling you that you need to have a logo and a consistent social media presence. There is definitely a vibe of throw everything at the wall and see what sticks with this book, and not any sort of consistent or deeply insightful advice, and I did not find it particularly helpful. At least it was short, though.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa Nicole Shumate

    Pretty good read I feel a little bit better about my future creative endeavors after reading this. Gave me new perspective on my fear, and actually gave me some good tools to use instead. I liked the exercises in the book as well.

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    Ken Greenaway

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    Brit Bunge

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