Discover how to help your clients understand that their fear is not connected to a current reality. It’s connected to the past, and the capacity in their present life can help them to weather through that fear.

3 thoughts on "Be Afraid and Do It Anyway"

  1. Leslie S. Blum, LCAW-C,BCD says:

    Wonderfully presented and full of wisdom!!
    It reminds me of a definition of “courage” I read-
    “Courage is not the absence of fear , but to ” ( the rest is in my words !!) but, instead, courage is to move
    forward, despite the fear-

    Will see you soon at one of your upcoming
    workshops ( and NOT because of the way you feed our stomachs!!) , but , because of how you feed our minds!!

    1. lisaferentz says:

      Thanks Leslie. You’re one of the most courageous women that I know. Looking forward to seeing you at a future training.

    2. lisaferentz says:

      Thank you Leslie. You’re one of the most courageous women I know. Looking forward to seeing you at a future training.

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