How To Be Fearful: Understand, Manage, Use, and Accept Fear

Understand Why You Fear, and How Fear Tries to Help. Flip Your Fear and Your Comfort Zone. Act Because of Fear.
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (40 ratings)
3,002 students
How To Be Fearful: Understand, Manage, Use, and Accept Fear
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (40 ratings)
3,005 students
You will learn what fear's job is in your life and how you can use that.
You will learn how to manage your fear and turn the energy of fear into excitement.
You will learn how to flip fear into your comfort zone, and make your comfort zone uncomfortable.
You will have the opportunity to come to terms with, and accept fear.

Requirements

  • A good grasp of English, an open mind, and a willingness to learn
Description

Have you ever had a dream - something you wanted to start - only to get stuck frozen somewhere along the way, feeling like continuing is just not going to happen? 

Well, I know I have.

Welcome to 'How to be Fearful'. Why this course is called 'How to be Fearful', is because fear never really goes away. It's part of the human experience, so fighting it gets us no-where. This is about understanding and working with fear instead.  

Who this is for:

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At the end of this course you will:

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And, you're never really stuck ;)

Who this course is for:
  • For you who want to understand and use fear so that it doesn't run your life.
  • For you who wants to create amazing things with as little resistance and possible.
Curriculum
3 sections • 8 lectures • 55m total length
  • Introduction
  • Understanding Fear
  • Managing Fear
  • Managing Fear: Technique
  • Using Fear
  • Accepting Fear
  • Thank You
  • How to be Fearful - My Notes

Instructor
Visionary Life Designer
Sidney Lander
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 70 Reviews
  • 3,925 Students
  • 2 Courses

Sidney Lander is a visionary educator who works to shift global culture to cultivate an environment where people can achieve their wildest goals and be emotionally awesome - a world where living a happy and fulfilling life is the norm. 

Her own experience with depression led to a deep exploration into personal development: emotional wellbeing, physical health, and how to live life and make the decisions that are uplifting, supportive, and right for each unique life. 

She also has a long history of working in the arts, buys too many books (bookstores are a dangerous place) and loves travel.