Green Light Your Life: Awakening Your Higher SelfPaperback
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- Publisher: Brian Germain
- Format: Paperback | 190 pages
- Dimensions: 140mm x 198mm x 18mm | 299g
- Publication date: 1 January 2009
- Publication City/Country: Vienna, VA
- ISBN 10: 0977627713
- ISBN 13: 9780977627714
- Sales rank: 503,466
"Greenlight Your Life "is a guide for breaking free from the inertia of the past, and beginning your life anew. These inspiring words can help you to re-discover who you truly want to be, so that you may allow that vision to guide your actions. The book can be a turning point that ushers in a new era of happiness and prosperity for you and everyone that your life touches. It can help you to connect with the best part of yourself and in doing so, make your most beautiful dreams come true.
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Brian Germain is an author, teacher, entrepreneur, inventor, test pilot, psychology researcher, and world champion skydiver. He began this eclectic career on April 13, 1986, the day he first jumped out of an airplane. A psychology student at the University of Vermont at the time, Brian began his research on the topic of fear and the coping mechanisms for dealing with it. Over 20 years and 13,000 jumps later, Brian is still researching fear, but has also taken up the lofty task of teaching the subject in a worldwide lecture tour. From the US Air Force Academy to Australian Parachute Federation, Brian helps empower all kinds of people to transcend fear in order to improve safety and enhance performance. Fear is a topic that Brian has taken on in a very personal way. Having survived a near fatal paraglider collapse in 1993, he returned to the sky to redesign modern wing parachutes in an effort to prevent the same tragedy from befalling other aeronauts. A few short years (and thousands of jumps) later he went on to win ESPN's X-Games in Freefly Skydiving. Brian is on a mission. His goal is to teach the truth about fear, and the means to combat this dangerous emotional response. Fear diminishes our ability to think clearly. This is why every pilot, soldier and citizen must learn the nature of the primal defense mechanisms, as well as the most powerful tools for handling prolonged stress.