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The well-known motivational speaker and bestselling author Lucinda Bassett discusses her new book The Solution: Conquer Your Fear, Control Your Future (Sterling, 2011), with Joseph Planta, sharing tips on how to combat stress and anxiety.


The Solution: Conquer Your Fear, Control Your Future by Lucinda Bassett. (Sterling, 2011)

Click to buy this book from Amazon.ca: The Solution


Text of introduction by Joseph Planta:

I am Planta: On the Line, in Vancouver at THECOMMENTARY.CA.

Anxiety and stress are prescribed a remedy in a new book The Solution: Conquer Your Fear, Control Your Future. Its author Lucinda Bassett joins me now. Some 40 million North Americans suffer with anxiety, and 200 million say stress in their lives is a problem. Stress of course leads to ailments that lead to death. In this book you read about some well-known and not-so well known people, you hear their stories and experiences, and you get started on dealing with your own issues. There’s a 21 day program in this book that will help focus your life, help you see what you want, and perhaps help you get it. You’ll also understand your emotions with Ms. Bassett’s ideas on how to harness those insecure and uncertain feelings for good. Better health, more energy, and positive thinking is the goal, and we’ll get Lucinda Bassett to tell us more about this book. She’s had to deal with this herself, and her story will prove instructive. Lucinda Bassett is the president of the Midwest Center for Stress and Anxiety. She has appeared on many radio and television programs including Oprah, The View, Live with Regis and Kelly and Robert Schuller’s Hour of Power. Her previous books include the bestsellers From Panic to Power, and Life Without Limits. The Solution is published by Sterling. The websites for more are www.lucindabassett.com and www.midwestcenter.com. Please welcome to the Planta: On the Line program, Lucinda Bassett; Good morning, Ms. Bassett.

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