What if there really was a Fear Factory? What if there was actually a company whose business it was to manufacture fear? What would their mission statement be? How would they go about marketing their product to the consumer? Who would their competition be? And where would they set up operation?
It's a rainy Seattle morning and account executive Steven Traynor is on his way to the most important business meeting of his life. But as the elevator ascends toward the client's office on the 14th floor of the Fearn Tower office building, Steven's life is about to change forever. In this audiobook, you will learn...
The lessons that Steven learns on his wild journey through the Fear Factory are going to have a profound impact on his life. Will it do the same for you? Come in and take a tour for yourself!
©2014 Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz (P)2010 Richard Fenton
This is the 2nd book by Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz I've purchased within the past 30 days, I believe, and it's worth EVERY penny!I can't wait for my teenage daughter to come home from boarding school and immerse her in this material!
When we learn that we are all born with only THREE "Factory-Installed" fears - Fear of loud noises, fear of falling and fear of abandonment (I think).ALL other fears are acquired i.e. PURCHASED!
Paradoxically learning the purpose of life and living from the head Fear Master himself!
Face Your Fear
Highly recommended! No. Scratch that! EXTREMELY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!! Honestly, I can't recommend this enough. Now to get ALL members of my team to read/hear this.
I loved the Go For No book and read it a few times. When I got The Fear Factory book I was hoping it would be just as great but it wasn't.
I don't even know the main message they were trying to get across because the story was kind of silly. I would listen to it again to figure it out but I can't waste 2 more hours of my life.
I enjoy the authors writings and ability to deliver spot on paradigm shifts. His message is about facing fears and healthy mindsets to negotiate them. Could've had a couple chapters shortened and combined, but perfect isn't the mark anymore right? Will come back to this again.
Best way to "read" books
Love your stories, how about a hardcover version on amazon? pretty please with a cherry on top so that my personal collection can be consistent
I liked the story instead of listening to a book on self-esteem this audible book has a great fictional story that gives a parable to why you should face your fears. Also check out Go for No by the same author you won't be disappointed.
We all fear something, and this book couches what we all must do -face our fear - in an entertaining and inspiring way that gives us the tools to win and encouragement that we already have everything we need to not only face or fear but especially to dominate it. Do you want to live the life you've always dreamed? It's closer, more simple, and more satisfying than you ever thought.
"A lot of our fears are self manufactured"
I really enjoyed listening to The Fear Factory because of its profoundness, insight, and illustration of fear. Fear can be in itself a very daunting, ugly, and depressing topic. However, this book highlights we can positively overcome our fears by facing our fears.
"Mind bending insight."
The allegory paled a few times but message struck home. Would recommend to anyone struggling with inaction and fear.
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