Fear is the Mind-Killer

Via Scoop.itHealthcare Continuing Education

Your heart is pounding, your pupils are dilated, your palms are soaked with sweat. The adrenaline rush we all experience when our bodies go in to “fight or flight” mode is an asset if we’re up against a physical threat. But unless you’re a stunt double or an ice road trucker, your reptilian-brain probably needs to be checked more often than embraced in daily life. How else could you fill a blank page or face an audience without bolting on the spot? In a recent interview, Big Think asked writer and consultant Tara Sophia Mohr, who counsels women in the social and business sectors, how to overcome fear.
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