Fear is our most primitive instinct, because it's crucial for our survival. But it tends to be overactive. It can keep you stuck in an unhealthy relationship, or alone. It can keep you from pursuing new opportunities, or from settling into one.
So, while fear serves an important purpose, it can keep you from pursuing yours if you aren't careful. Fortunately, you don't need to be paralyzed by fear, and can even turn it to your advantage.
You can begin to break free from fear by checking out my top articlesin the links, and then exploring some of the other content and free resources below.
If you’ve ever had to contend with a toxic coworker, a relative who gives you a hard time, or someone else you feel stuck with, who torments you, then you may have felt helpless to do anything but fight fire with fire. But there’s another option: be wise and strategic in your response, to defuse conflict and use the situation for your personal growth. Here’s how to do it.
Here’s are the top three ideas that, if you can internalize them, can help you bring resilience, performance, peace, and happiness into your life, and keep it there.
Change is headed your way, whether you like it—and whether you see it coming—or not. Here are five ways to handle life transitions like a pro, and come out the other side stronger and happier.
Fear can show up even when you know you're making the best decision, so it's not a reliable indicator of what to do. Or is it? Here's how to get unstuck, and even use fear to your advantage, when it starts to creep up on you.
Self-doubt is rampant, especially among high functioning professionals. Procrastination and workaholism are just a couple of symptoms. Here's how to tell if you may be suffering from it, and what to do about it.
Everyone is afraid of something or other, but too much of it can be debilitating and keep you unhappy. Here are five quick tips for conquering your fears and taking your life back.
Change or growth require effort now, hopefully for a reward later. But if you call this "delayed gratification," you're making things harder than they need to be. Plus, you're missing the gratification that's right in front of you.
If you've ever been awestruck by something you witnessed, and saw the world in a new way afterward, then you've experienced the aesthetically sublime. Turns out, the conditions you need for those experiences happen to be similar to those for a sublime life.
In Part One we covered that suspense is a gratifying variation on fear. Now, we dive into four critical differences between the two, and how to start enjoying more of the uncertainty that life brings your way.
Facing the unknown in your life can be scary. But fear, mixed with delight and hope, produces enjoyable suspense. Here's how to start converting one to the other, so you can enjoy your cliffhanger moments.
Many people, even those who seem successful, feel burned out, stuck, and unfulfilled on the inside. They long for meaning, purpose, and deep happiness—something more than fleeting pleasure. Here's how to do it, even if you're worried that it's too late.
Getting free from the grip of fear is great. But then what? My free, 28-page guide will help you use your new mobility to plot a course away from burnout and unfulfillment, and toward an energetic, empowered life that fits you just right.
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