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    Title: Do the Work
    Author: Steven Pressfield
    Publisher: Black Irish Books
    Publication Date: 2011
    Genre: Self-Help, Personal Development, Writing
    Pages: 128
    ISBN: 978-1936891-03-0

    “Do the Work” is a self-help book that encourages readers to overcome their fears and doubts to achieve their goals. Written by Steven Pressfield, the book is a follow-up to his earlier work “The War of Art,” and provides practical advice on how to overcome the internal resistance that often holds people back from pursuing their passions.

    The book is divided into several sections, each focusing on a different aspect of overcoming internal resistance. These include:

    1. The Resistance: Pressfield discusses the concept of internal resistance and how it can hold people back from achieving their goals.
    2. The War of Art: The book explores the idea that the war of art is not about being a genius, but about doing the work.
    3. The Virtues of War: Pressfield discusses the virtues of war, including courage, discipline, and perseverance.
    4. The Afghan Campaign: The book provides a historical example of the Afghan Campaign, highlighting the importance of perseverance and determination.

    “Do the Work” has been widely praised for its practical and inspiring approach to overcoming internal resistance. The book has been recommended by many as a must-read for anyone looking to achieve their goals and overcome their fears.

    The book has received positive reviews from readers and critics alike, with many praising its accessible and engaging writing style.

    [1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steven_Pressfield
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    [3] https://stevenpressfield.com/about/
    [4] https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/867.Steven_Pressfield