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The Value ofLetting Go of Fear

Interview with Amy Vanderoef

There have been times I didn't leave my house for fear of being judged. Sounds irrational to most of us, and it is, but it's true. I reached a point in my life where I gave the voice of those around me more power than I gave my own voice. It was this realization (and a few other things) that forced me to look at all that was holding me back from functioning as optimally as I could. Honest self-reflection and admitting to myself that I had been believing lies deeper than I knew existed motivated me to listen to my thoughts and pay attention to how they were playing out in my life. I had to ask myself, "What's the worst thing that could happen to me if I left the house?"

Have you taken a long hard look at any fears in your life that are dictating your thoughts, actions, words?

What specific fear is holding you back today?

Why are you allowing that fear to override your  freedom?

What's the worst thing that could happen if you actually "left the house?"

(Accompanying video below.)


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