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What would you do?

Last Saturday my Workshop ‘3 Easy Steps to Becoming Free From Fears and Making 2017 Ridiculously Successful” went very well, so I felt it only fair to share some of the information with those who couldn’t make it.

Yes that’s you.  The you that’s had a rough week.  The you that seems to be under constant storm clouds, the you that feels invisible, the you that has lots of friends, but always feels alone.  And the you that feels afraid. To the you that has lost faith, to the lost, to those who think they’ve messed it all up. The you that needs to stop the world spinning for just one second, so you can catch up.

The problem is, about 99% of the fear people like you experience today are actually non-physical – in other words, fear that only exists in our head.  We think we’re in danger, but we really aren’t.  Such fears include:

Fear of public speaking

Fear of authority

Fear of success

Fear of judgment

etc. etc.

It doesn’t matter what are you afraid of, it only matters on how you face them and how you deal with them

In our culture, you’re expected to be brave and strong.  You learn to ignore or deny your fears and even lie to yourself.  Once you accept or own the feeling of fear, it will be very easy to control the situation.  By doing this you already have taken the first step to overcome this emotion.


Our highest calling and greatest gift is often tightly nestled right behind our core fear.  The higher your calling, the more fear you may have around it.  Annoying but true!  When we step into our biggest, brightest, most expanded self, our core fear is always triggered.  Core fears are triggered by a childhood experience, past lives (the fear program on your personal hard-drive can be cleared with me),  or indeed something we’ve inherited in our DNA. I often encounter fear programs when researching a client’s blocks to a balanced, productive life.

Take a look at this list of core fears and select the one that applies most to you.  What would you do if you weren’t afraid?  Jot me a line and let me know.

I’m not good enough

I’m bad

I’m unworthy

I’m all alone

There’s something wrong with me

Everyone abandons me

I should be ashamed

I’m unlovable

I’m nothing

It’s not safe to be me

If you notice your fear coming up, it’s actually a good sign that you’re stretching yourself in the right direction.   As you step into your power and make the choice to expand, your fears will raise their head.

Think of your fears as opportunities to expand, rather than things that are holding you back.  If you look at your fears in this light then, as uncomfortable as it might feel, it’s actually a sign that you are on the right track. How do you stop being fearful? The moment you are aware of fear, say “NO” to it.  Begin to shift your mind into a positive belief by saying “I have no fear”.  Don’t fight fear, as that only feeds it energy.

When fear comes up, give yourself a high five and say ‘YES’ to expansion.

I would like to invite you to attend my next Workshop on 


Saturday 28th January

9.30am – 12.30pm

“Moving from medicore to great and growing a massive self-esteem”

CLICK HERE to register

At a very early age, you may have acquired the fear of being judged. Most of us experience this fear throughout our lives, and it is so easy to let that fear take away our self-esteem.

When you allow your need of acceptance and fear of being judged by others get the best of you, then you are allowing mediocrity to get the best of you. It’s when you finally decide that enough is enough, take the leap of faith, trust that all your efforts will make a difference, stay true to yourself and committed with a vision, that’s when you cross over from being mediocre to great.

Is it difficult to get your self-esteem back? My answer is NO, it is not! And I can teach you how to do it.

I look forward to showing you how!


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