How to Transcend the Fear of Building a Purpose-Driven Career

 

Got big dreams for your career and business?

Chances are - you also got big fears.

Part of you is SO EXCITED about the vision! It can see the potential and cannot wait to make it real!

And another part of you is completely overwhelmed and terrified by the same idea.

Part of you is saying, "Let's do this!"

And another part says, "Who are you kidding?"

And all of internal conflict is keeping you stuck. 

If this sounds like you, you are going to love this video I created on how to transcend fear. You'll definitely want to pay close attention to all the steps on how to productively engage fear and make it your ally in your future success.

My hope for you after watching this video is to first accept and appreciate how normal fear is. Fear is actually a sign that you're on the right track and what you want really matters to you. That "sick to your stomach" feeling is the essence of vulnerability which means "the ability to be wounded" and is a necessary part of the growth process. But since it's an ability, it can be developed. 

When you're done watching the video - please let me know what new insights did you gain about fear in the comments below and definitely share your best practices for transcending fear so that you can pay forward your hard won lessons.

And as a couple of next steps:

  • Check out the video above on the steps for growing a profitable business.
  • And if you need more clarity on what is the right business model for you, get my free audio/video training where I'll help you discern your next and best career move.

 

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