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The notion of being “fearless” is one that is so highly celebrated in our culture.
But here’s the thing…there’s no such thing as being fearless. Fear, as a response, is primal and adaptive. It is natural and ingrained in us to fear the unknown, and there’s nothing we can do about the fact that we’ll experience fear anytime we step outside of our comfort zones.
However, what we can do something about is how we respond to fear.
Overcoming fear requires great psychological resilience. Resilience is the ability to adapt and thrive in any situation.
Today, you’re going to hear from Kate Swoboda, the author of the book “The Courage Habit.” Kate has spent the last 13 years of her career as a practitioner of the field of life coaching, and it shows.
In this interview, she shares incredibly valuable wisdom with us about the 4 responses we typically have when faced with fear, and the 4 things you can do instead to develop your own courage habit.