You Are Not Stuck

How Soul-Guided Choices Transform Fear into Freedom

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Pub Date 03 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 17 Jan 2023
St. Martin's Press, St. Martin's Essentials

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Becky Vollmer's You Are Not Stuck is a blend of straight talk, humor, and clear steps for action to help change-seekers reset their priorities, drown out the naysaying voices in their heads, and make bold choices.

We all feel stuck sometimes: in our jobs, our relationships, our habits, or when the life we’re living simply doesn’t add up to the one we want. We feel stuck when it seems like we don’t have options, or when we don’t trust or allow ourselves to make the changes we so deeply long to make.

Speaker and yoga teacher Becky Vollmer believes that, when we feel paralyzed by our fears, the answer isn’t just courage—it’s choice. Because we all have choices, we just have to be brave enough to make them.

You Are Not Stuck is the key to breaking the cycle of fear and making bold choices for real change. Sometimes this transformation looks like an audacious Thelma and Louise-style leap; more often, though, it is a series of small, deliberate actions based on personal values that yield more clarity, alignment, and, ultimately, long-term contentment than driving off a cliff.

If what you seek is a tried-and-true process of empowerment that unlocks the true north already inside you, look no further. This book is a unique blend of permission and spirituality that will help you excavate your divine inner badass, close the gap between intention and action, and develop a strategic path forward that’s as unique as your thumbprint.

Through warm and straightforward wisdom, a modern and approachable take on ancient yoga philosophy, a series of practical and insightful grounding exercises, and a healthy dose of laugh-out-loud humor, you’ll learn how to make soul-guided choices in support of the life you’ve desired all along.

Becky Vollmer's You Are Not Stuck is a blend of straight talk, humor, and clear steps for action to help change-seekers reset their priorities, drown out the naysaying voices in their heads, and make...


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“Permission to quit, to change, to live in alignment with priorities” writes Becky Vollmer, in the opening chapter. These were options she had to give to herself first before she could teach others how to let go of a life that isn’t working for you anymore. “We all have choices; we just have to be brave enough to make them,” Vollmer says. This well-written guide, full of anecdotes from her own struggle to leave a corporate golden handcuffs career and an addictive drinking habit, gives readers the courage and steps to venture out from their uncomfortable “comfort” zones into uncertainty.

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I absolutely loved this book! I found it hard to put down. I highly recommend reading it! You won’t be disappointed.

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Thanks to Netgalley and St. Martin's Press for this arc which made my day! Becky Vollmer writes each page with realistic situations and emotions. She offers true reasoning of why one might feel a certain type of way and how to change that thinking pattern. I have recommended this book to anyone that will listen. Excellent read, and note what she says about procrastination; her statement is 100% true!

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I love a good self help book and this one really is a good self help book. I enjoyed it from the beginning. I've been known to think I'm stuck and it's a terrible feeling. Becky Vollmer offers us a new way of looking at this long-used and often wrong thought process. Highly recommend!

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