Lessons learned about fear

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How do you feel about your fear?

Here are a few ideas about fear for your consideration.

Fear as an emotion…

…can be avoided, and overcome

…is an opportunity to take charge

…is debilitating, and devastating

Conclusions, and takeaways: Fear is being human, empowering,
and normal.

You are able to take your lessons learned about fear.to the next level
when you…

Are in the present moment.
Ask Dr. Rae 
Read The Power of Now

Bottom line: Fear is false expectations appearing real!

The choice is yours!

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learned about fear

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What are your lessons learned about fear?

As soon as you accept, and feel safe to share how your lessons learned
about fear
has helped you get more done with less distress share
them below…

We encourage, and support you on your lessons learned about fear!

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