SHELF AWARE BOOK REVIEW
Fear Is My Homeboy by Judi Holler
Fear Is My Homeboy: How to Slay Doubt, Boss Up, and Succeed on Your Own Terms by Judi Holler If you love empowering non-fiction books like "You are a Badass" by Jen Sincero, "Girl Wash Your Face" by Rachel Hollis, or "5-Second Rule" by Mel Robbins you'll love Fear Is My Homeboy.
Published by Greenleaf Book Group Press on May 28, 2019
In Fear Is My Homeboy, author Judi Holler has a message: It’s time to stop letting fear boss you around so you can start leveling up personally and professionally. This is a book for people who believe that they deserve more. Holler focuses on helping the reader shut down self-doubt so they can start taking action. After reading this book Judi promises that you will get braver, bolder, and more confident in your natural-born badassery.
Inspired by her improv theatre background at The Second City Training Center’s Conservatory in Chicago and building off her decade of speaking, sales, and marketing experience, in addition to her current role as a business owner, Holler’s book is your own personal life coach and cheerleader. In it she shares valuable, actionable advice on how to accept—and even embrace—fear, so readers can start to live more balanced, successful, and fulfilling lives. Holler’s mission: to stop fear from stealing your opportunities so you can start connecting in powerful and profitable ways.
If you enjoyed the book then you'll love Judi's weekly Podcast: The FearBoss Show! You can listen in and subscribe on iTunes and Spotify to keep the fear party going!
If you love empowering non-fiction books like "You are a Badass" by Jen Sincero, "Girl Wash Your Face" by Rachel Hollis, or "5-Second Rule" by Mel Robbins you'll love Fear Is My Homeboy.
What a fun and creative read! Judi Holler does a great job with making fear your friend and breaking down barriers to taking action. It’s a shame-free book filled with examples and stories. It’s a quick read in a breezy, conversational style. Any book that tries to explain that fear doesn’t mean you’re helpless is something I want to read, and I enjoyed the prose even more than I had hoped. She takes on many of the misconceptions we have about standing in our own power and our desire for the world to never scare us but without making the reader feel inadequate.
If you have a hard time believing in yourself and you’ve been knocked down by life, go grab this book to help pull yourself back up!
A great book to pick up if you’re feeling down and out if you want to feel like a brave version of yourself!
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