Publication Date: May 17, 2015
When Did Fear Become a Dirty Word?
When did feeling fearful become something to be hidden, to be pushed down and ignored? As entrepreneurs, we're told to hide any signs of weakness, any feelings that might allude to the fact that we're only human. We have flaws, we have doubts, and continuing to ignore these, WILL lead to a life half lived.
We feel shame because we aren't able to just push through and move on. Mass media has done a number on us, that's for sure...
Fear doesn't have to have this power over you. You don't have to believe what society tells us we should FEEL and how we should ACT when it comes to fear anymore.
Free Your Fear
Lise Cartwright and Mike Harrington are two entrepreneurs, just like you, who were crippled with fear and fear of failure when they started on this journey. They carved a path towards doing what they love, with more than a few bumps along the way.
Within the pages of this book, you'll find plenty of stories of fear, of how it stopped other entrepreneurs fromachieving what they wanted out of life... until they faced their fears and did something else instead.
Entrepreneur Stories — Just Like YOU:
- Elisa Doucette, the exceptional employee...
- Steve Scott, indie author and online marketer
- Hal Elrod, beating impossible odds
- Russell Smith, readjusting using the Russ Method...
- plus much more!
Our goal with this book is to show you how you can free your fears, with actionable content and examples of those who have forged a path ahead of you, so you can avoid the stumbling blocks, or at least be aware of them!
And if you stick around with us, you'll get access to some freebies within the book, including:
* Full case studies of 10 entrepreneurs
* 10-step guide to kicking fear in the butt
* How to start your side hustle now
Whether you're just starting out on the path to entrepreneurship or you've been in the trenches for a while, you CAN change course, AVOID making costly mistakes, and finally live the life you want, not the image of what society thinks it should be...