F--k Your Feelings: Master Your Mind, Accomplish Anything and Become a More Significant Human

Narrated by: Ryan Munsey
Length: 9 hrs and 15 mins
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Do you want to truly be your own master, increase your emotional toughness, control your lizard brain, and get more done during your day? Do you want to turn your dreams into action - all the time?

95 percent of decisions are based on feelings. Not logic. Not rational thought. Feelings. Can you feel the pull of emotions, hunger, guilt, pain, jealously, depression, and everything else weighing on every decision that you make?

Business owners, entrepreneurs, regular people looking to get in shape, anyone with a goal that isn't terrified of tough love - you need to listen to F--k Your Feelings - as soon as possible! In this audiobook you'll learn how to use personal mind control techniques to control the way your brain is wired, constantly accomplish your goals, and feel MORE pleasure during the day.

You cannot control your instincts until you understand how they work - PERIOD.

Learn how to apply the fundamentals of emotional control so that you can uplift yourself ON COMMAND, fight through periods of stress and torment, and give yourself long-term satisfaction and peace.

What pragmatic and actionable tactics will you learn?

  • The one four letter word that practically guarantees you'll fail at whatever you do.
  • The real nature of emotions, and the 20-minute exercise we can take to give ourselves lasting joy throughout the day.
  • Why eating one marshmallow at the wrong time can ruin your relationships and cost you thousands of dollars.
  • Why play, safety, and something called the VAGUS NERVE is critical for your performance in life.
  • The "everything is everything" moment that will separate you from 92 percent of people - in the entire world.

Also the following insights:

  • How to survive and recover when your brain is HOOKED on dopamine, fear, amusement, and other toxic drugs.
  • The actual, CONTROLLABLE physical property that decides whether you're a dreamer, or a doer!
  • How feeling threatened or insecure can actually make you sluggish, lazy, and TRAPPED in failure.
  • How to interact with your phone, tablet and computer without wrecking your back, eyes, and heart.
  • And so much more!

Here's what this book ISN'T: this isn't a get rich quick scheme, a business plan, or some touchy-feely nonsense about touching your inner self. This is about building the most consistent element in any business - YOURSELF.

How will your business improve?

  • Be more focused throughout the day.
  • Gain the ability to say NO to temptation when it comes.
  • HACK your brain so that you're always energized and pumped up
  • NEVER be outside your comfort zone or afraid of a challenge.

Implement these techniques and watch your profits skyrocket.

Learn how to control your own mind and turn your desires into ACTION by buying this audiobook today!

©2017 Ryan Munsey (P)2018 Ryan Munsey

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Best book I’ve read in months

I heard this guy on Mark Divine’s podcast and figured I’d give it a try. I’ve read over 100 books on self development or biographies, and this is certainly among my top 5. Strongly recommend, will be purchasing this as a gift for friends. Great job Ryan!

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Valuable self-improvement book

This was an excellent book about how to control yourself and create a better life. The premise is that the majority of human decisions are emotional, not logical. Becoming cognizant of this emotional bias is the first step to mastering yourself and accomplishing your goals. The narrator is well-spoken and the audiobook was a valuable addition to my commute. Recommended. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Science heavy for those of us who want the why

This isn't ra-ra touchy feely stuff, tho' it's highly motivating. This is section by section here's a tool, here's why it works, here are the results from when I tried it data driven advice. Each chapter ends with exercises to help you make the changes work and last. My one complaint is with the audio format. Because of the chapter lengths, it's virtually impossible to back up and replay sections in your car or using a voice command Amazon device. I wish more audiobook producers kept in mind that reference book listeners need better divisions for stopping, flagging, rewinding, etc. But I wasn't going to punish the author by yanking a point from what turned out to be excellent information in a sea of "feel better" self help books that don't have much behind the advice. This one gives excellent and useful tools backed up by studies. I was particularly struck around Chapter 7 or 8 with the observation that society trains people to be mediocre as a herd safety mechanism because it's dangerous to be an outlier (or words to that effect). Carrying that one with me. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Not Just A Catchy Title

In my search to begin making sense of a few things I was grappling with, this book initially caught my attention with it's title, but then kept me along with the sharing of real life stories and situations that I related to. So I read on and stayed engaged through each chapter, and even though I need to regroup and revisit some of the more complex topics, I very much plan on giving it a good second read, making sure my notes and activities are in order and fully answering each of the reflections from each chapter. All in all, this book was a perfect start to help me start an organized path forward, now well-armed with a number of tools to deal with or clear any obstacles previously keeping me idle.

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Great Insight into the Brain and Mind

Great for those needing help to live their best life! Ryan Munsey gives an overview of how the brain affects the mind and how feelings and emotions affect actions. Then, Ryan explains strategies to move the chains toward one's best life!

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Mediocre with rambling and unfocused discussion.

The author presents a discussion for trying to help folks overcome emotions and feelings. He takes 11 (Audible) chapters to get to the point. The text feels much like we are being talked at with presented information. That is, the author has collected some documents and researcher discussion to support his argument about the importance of the Vagus nerve. In that respect, it is more unfocused as it does not really present actionable tasks for readers interested in moving past emotions and feelings. I understand this nerve is important and relates to performance and rest, but I feel much (almost 10 chapters) could have been condensed into 1 or 2 chapters on this topic. In fact, there are reflection questions and action suggestions at the end of chapters but they feel like afterthoughts and never really seem to move the reader/listener toward a goal. Then, if you are more interested in the physiology and biological aspects of performance, but from the standpoint of largely the Vagus nerve and heart rate variability, then this is likely a text for you. If you are more interested in actionable items and steps to move past emotions and feelings, then I'd suggest looking elsewhere. That was my experience; YMMV.

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Listen to the first half

The book starts off strong drawing some interesting linkages between your mental and physical health. Unfortunately by the midpoint it has descended into pseudo science and psycho blather concerning radio waves, grounding yourself to the Earth (like, physically to allow your electrons to"flow"), and sensory deprivation chambers. The author is not a natural narrator and his tone and cadence can be distracting.

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It is one of the best self-help books I have read.

Full of scientific and practical evidences, advice on how to use the chunk of data provided by other researchers. The Structure of the most of this book is in a pattern, ‘give the theory/thesis of something’s benefit, give data to prove, give explanation how to use, give real life examples (mostly personal) and sum up. His social interaction in the book is incredible and found a good way to communicate with younger generation as well as older generation.

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Good learnings, bad audience

The topics in the book are good, but aside from other self-development books this one goes way to deep into technicalities. In my opinion people with a better understanding of medical topics will surely enjoy this book; however, those with little knowledge of medical stuff will find it hard to catch since the author gives for granted that everyone knows about the technical stuff reviewed in the book. The constant use of quotes and "copy paste" information from research makes it hard to land the thoughts about self development, plus the audio quality is not constant and sometimes feels weird due to the change in voice. Activities given at the end of each chapter are good for reflexion, but knowing where each chapter ends its difficult due to the bad interface specially with the order of chapters.

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great read and listen

if you want a good book that's true and blue about wanting to help you be a better human being this is the book for you. It gets very technical and into the science and logic sides it is not a raw pumped you up motivational book. the book to help you understand the way your body works and help you control and seriously say fuck your feelings become the masters of it.

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  • 12-25-18

Excellent audio!

This audio helped me reinforce things I've already knew and shed light on new ways of destroying self doubt.

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One of the best books in its field

Wealth of knowledge and insights. Practical, well researched and executed. 10/10. Highly recommend. Thank you Ryan!