Fear is not something any of us want to talk about much – but it can stop us from doing the things that matter most to us. What is your relationship with fear? What if you could flip it on its head and use your fear as a valuable emotional guidepost? What if you could use it as a tool to show you what is most important to you in your life?
In this week’s episode of Your Freedom Unlimited, I want to share with you how to flip the switch on fear. Why is that? Because I believe anything any of us really want is on the other side of our fear. Whether it’s a new business, job, new relationship or losing weight … whatever we’re afraid of, whatever is bringing up the most fear for us is actually the thing we are most keen to achieve. But somehow, the fear stands in our way from achieving our highest goals and dreams.
When will they find out I can’t do this job? Who am I to be teaching or leading others in this space? Who do I think I am to be taking on this project? Hi everyone and welcome to this week’s episode of Your Freedom Unlimited with me Jen Ramsey. I am so pleased you are here.
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It’s time we have a serious conversation about this debilitating phenomena we call Imposter syndrome and what we can actually do about it.
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