How Much Joy Can You Stand? A Creative Guide to Facing Your Fears
4 journalers for this copy...
If you're an entrepreneur holding tight to that big idea, a writer with writer's block, or anyone afraid to "go for it!" this is the book for you. In fresh, funny language amply laced with wisdom, How Much Joy Can You Stand? gives you a wealth of ways to break through those walls to creative expression -- and provides the inspirational kick in the pants you've been waiting for.
Available for loan.
Journal Entry 2
to a fellow trader in Irving, Texas USA on Thursday, October 23, 2003
Got this as a book exchange. I've already read parts of it, and it has some great ideas for uncovering the blocks to creativity. It got me writing a lot of things I had been putting off for a couple of months now. The author shares her own story to provide inspiration - good book!
This book is now a bookring, see below for the list.
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I can't wait to see what all of you think of it :)
1. Red (IL)
2. cooknwithts (PA)
3. Bookaddict22 (MO)
4. ladyofunicorns (NM)
5. litlebooklover (CA)
6. retc (LA)
7. debnance (TX)
8. Blondiesan (PA)
9. kalipriestess (FL)
10.Back to me (TX)
Received in the mail from another BCer. I think there's a bookring or ray on this . . . so now have to seek out the list (revised post: just looked at the post preceding and see the list is right there). Thanks for sending!
Interesting read but not completely what I was expecting. Will get this onto its next reader early this week. [addendum: sent via media mail 11/28]
Received the book and I will pass it on ASAP!!!
Finally, this book will be on its way! I apologize for having it for so long. I was going through some personal issues, and quite honestly, I didn't even CARE about feeling joy in my life. Having overcome those hurdles, I sat down and REALLY read through this book. I did all the exercises and lists, and many thoughts in the book hit home with me. I run a few businesses, and setting myself up for failure is pretty much a daily thing. This book made me take a long honest look at myself, and why I sabotage myself and my successes. I enjoyed this book, it was a great read, and I'm hoping that there is still a website regarding it!