The Bravest You introduces Smith’s unique five-step bravery process that helps us fight the ten biggest fears we all face and attain the success we desire. I was expecting something to be an eye opener, but a lot of the books is what is written in most self help books. There’s a lot of repetition and quotes and examples of famous people. Frankly, I don’t care about famous people. Talk to me about the so-called “average” girl next door and how she overcame agoraphobia. This wasn’t a compelling book and it took me awhile to read it because I kept putting it down for something more interesting.
Thanks to the Penguin Group for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.