How Can You Overcome Your Inner Fear?

I love to scare people. And it's not (just) because I'm mean. It's also because I'm fascinated by the psychology of irrational fears and I like to play with it.

Below is a video from one of my seminars at a conference several years ago.

The conference was for men who wanted to improve their relationships with women. And I had been asked to talk about how to overcome the fear that many experiences when it comes to initiating conversations.

So I decided to tell them about how like I scare my friends with a simple text message. A message that makes most of them immediately worried about something they know is completely irrational.

This example helped the men at this conference to move forward more boldly. They could use what they learned here to not remove fear - but be able to act despite of their fears.

And that's what I want you to do too. I want you to recognize which of your fears are irrational. Made-up. Simply not true.

And then I want you to recognize that you don't need for the feeling of fear to go away in order to be able to do what you should be doing.

This will help you re-frame fear from something that stops you, to something that won’t get in your way anymore.

And, of course, you can feel free to use my little trick to scare your friends any time you feel like it ;)

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Hi, I'm TJ Guttormsen.

Since 2009 I’ve coached clients ranging from Olympic gold medalists and billionaires, to people who simply want more out life.

I’ve done over 100 national media appearances, published books, and created online courses that have earned several “Highest Rated” titles from their 11 000+ members.

Today I coach clients from all over the world, and teach seminars for business and events from my home in Las Vegas.

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