Length: 320 Pages
‘Dr Pippa Grange astutely diagnoses fear as our deepest inner block to self-expression, joy, and success. In this upbeat, compelling book she provides an effective antidote.’
Dr Gabor Maté, author of When The Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress
If we were truly free from fear, what could we achieve?
We strive for success, but we are rarely happy. The more we try to win – putting on a brave face for work or family – the more we risk losing ourselves. And even reaching our goals can feel strangely hollow. The culprit? Fear. It makes us anxious, or shameful, or turns us into perfectionists. We pretend to be someone else while aiming for a status that’s never truly satisfying.
There is another way. A way to find our true voice, to win on our own terms. Building that open mindset is at the heart of this mould-breaking book by Dr Pippa Grange, the psychologist who helped transform the England team, taking them all the way to the World Cup semi-finals in 2018.
In Fear Less, Pippa Grange shows all of us how, by starting to live with less fear, we can find our real passions and deeper fulfilment. Her simple manifesto enables us to replace stress with courage, and connect with the people around us on a far deeper level.
This type of success isn’t about trophies or beating others, it’s about winning at the very deepest level: winning from within. It’s time to fear less.
Length: 320 Pages
"Dr Pippa Grange astutely diagnoses fear as our deepest inner block to self-expression, joy, and success. In this upbeat, compelling book she provides an effective antidote."
"Gareth Southgate knew that Pippa Grange could hold the key to transforming the World Cup squad. England were a better team with her onboard"
"Pippa Grange made the England team fearless"
"A fiery, Yorkshire-born psychologist, with a penchant for speaking her mind, Dr Pippa Grange was appointed to make the necessary cultural changes to develop England into a winning, well-oiled machine"
"The England team appears in a better place psychologically than it has for generations… and the credit goes to psychologist Pippa Grange "