What I Used to Call Fear

Fear can be debilitating.  It can stop you cold in your tracks.  It can make you ineffective, hesitant, and disempowered.

But what if most of what we call fear isn’t really fear at all?  What if the anxiety we often feel has been confused for something else, something that can transform your life and empower your actions?

In this speech at the Thunderbird Toastmasters Club I talk about an anxiety attack I had during the preparation of my second makeover and how it lead to a personal breakthrough, resulting in a paradigm shift in how I relate to “what I used to call fear.”

If you’re looking to be released from old fears and worries, this is for you.  (9 minutes.)

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