by David McLeod | Dec 9, 2019 | No Comments

Fear is something that everyone feels at one time or another. We all know the symptoms, and we’ve all experienced what happens when we get into the “fight or flight” mode of operation. But what happens when fears accumulate within us, perhaps so much that they seem to stop us from doing anything? It can be draining and debilitating, and—if we don’t do something about it—can lead to depression, or worse. The reality is that most of our fears are not in-borne—rather, they are learned. And if we dig deep enough, we discover that they are often completely fabricated in our minds. So, in this episode, we’ll talk about how to deal with the “fear plague” that you might be experiencing, so that you can reconnect to your power and confidence.

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