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I Dare You Again-bookcover

By: K Fisher

I Dare You Again

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‘Who wants to do unimportant and uninteresting things? To develop your gifts to the largest possible use – that’s your dare.’

William Danforth inspired generations of people to aim at the best that is in them and now, 70 years on, we can dare to do even more with modern ideas of personal growth and achievement.

We can use developments in the science of psychology that were not available to Danforth so that we can take his ever-popular motivational messages and incorporate evidence-based research on thinking and behaviour change. Now we can ‘aim for the best we can be’ even more successfully.

Life is a four-sided affair. This book dares you to develop the physical, mental, social and spiritual aspects of yourself and tells you how to do it using current examples and practical exercises.


K Fisher held positions as a consultant clinical psychologist in the NHS for 30 years and has a special interest in treating emotion and self-esteem problems in patients with long-term health conditions and disability.

She has written a number of academic papers, though she particularly likes to compose self-help booklets for individual patients, exploring ways of reaching the goals of living their best possible life with their particular needs. This has led to an interest in broadening the scope of psychological theories to help people achieve the most fulfilling aspects of themselves in their everyday lives.

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  • Alex

    I read this book some time ago as I have previously worked with the author in a clinical setting. The book is interesting both as a traditional self-help publication, but also in the fact that it is based on a seminal historical text. The blend of traditional wisdom with more modern psychology is both interesting and efficacious. I would recommend this book to clients and clinicians alike.

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