Fear has a way of holding us back.
Fear has a way of creating anxiety which makes us feel vulnerable.
Fear strips away our power.
The news surrounding the risks, challenges, and deaths associated with the current coronavirus, Covid-19, has created a heightened sense of fear—in all of us. As a person with asthma, it’s easy to succumb to fear when everywhere you turn there is negative news. While I can’t control the news feeds, I can control how I lead myself and others during stressful situations. The same is true for you.
Everyone encounters stressful situations at some point in time.
Right now we are all struggling to adapt to our new lifestyles, work remotely, balance responsibilities, and protect our loved ones.
I’m not going to tell you how to make things easier.
Instead, I want to show you how to do difficult things better—and more graceful.
I encourage you to tune into this week’s episode of the Getting Results Podcast. This is the final in a five part series on overcoming fear. In this episode, I explain why Disciplining Your Fears is important, now more than ever. In this week’s episode, I share five useful tools that you can leverage when your fears are activated in any stressful situation. These are the same tools I use and teach my clients to use. Check it out: E57: Five Tools to Discipline Your Fears
If you missed any of the previous four episodes, you can catch up on them: