Have you ever heard the phrase, “Do things that scare you?” Easier said than done, right? Whether it’s stepping onto the mat for a karate tournament, playing piano with no notes at a music festival, or making cold calls… if you make a habit of doing things that scare you often, then overcoming fear becomes a habit as well.
Today I’m sharing my personal four step process to overcoming fear of anything.
In this week’s Monday Morning Motivator you’ll get:
[Intro & Intention] Hey! I’m 40… I had a cool space party!
[Metrics Minute] What were your numbers this week + how to apply the sales funnel to longer sales cycles…
[Marketing Minute] Speaking events: I just spoke at the Annual Women & Wealth Conference in NY. Learn about how I get and approach speaking engagements to grow my prospect list..
[Motivation Minute] I share my four step process to overcoming any fear.. And how doing things that have big risks will help you overcome things with little risk, like cold calling. I’m giving you a vulnerable look inside my brain as I get ready for the Gotham Jazz Festival in New York this week, and sharing my tried and true method for overcoming fear of doing things that terrify me.
Before You Go:
What are the common themes that hold you back from what you want to do?
Let me know in the comments!
Have a great week!
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