Hey, hey, hey, Healthpreneurs.  It’s another awesome day.  Hope you’re having a good one.

I want to ask you a question about fear. Is fear holding you back, or is it propelling you forward? Here’s my take on this.  Fear is an indication of what you should do, not what your shouldn’t.

When you play it safe, you’re playing small and when you’re playing small, you’re being selfish.

I can tell you first hand that when you face your fears is when you grow the most and achieve the most.  It’s important that you learn to face your fears because fear never goes away — what you fear changes over time.

You can’t grow your business without personal growth.  All business growth is predicated by personal growth and getting past your fears is a big factor in achieving personal growth and business growth.

We don’t regret the things we do in life, we regret the things we don’t do in life.  If you’re afraid of something, you need to ask yourself, “what is the worst thing that will happen”?  And then ask yourself “what is the best that can happen”? 

Pushing past your fear is believing in yourself.  And when you believe in yourself others will believe in you as well.  A big part of pushing past your fears and believing in yourself is to “get in the soup” with others who have been there, who get you, who can support and encourage you along the way.

Listen to this episode and I’d love to hear your thoughts on this.

In This Episode I discuss:

01:00 – 01:31 – Introducing Today’s Topic

01:31 – 05:00 – Fear Is An Indication Of What You SHOULD Do

05:00 – 08:29 – Fear Never Goes Away

08:29 – 14:18 – All Business Growth Is Predicated By Personal Growth

14:18 – 18:13 Get In The “Soup”


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What You Missed

Our last episode many people would consider to be a controversial topic.  Why saving money can make you broke.

Here’s what I mean by that.

Conventional wisdom has taught us to save money and I get that it may sound counterintuitive or controversial to think otherwise.

Saving money, or hoarding comes from a scarcity mindset and that more isn’t coming in.  Money is useful when it’s being used. If you have money in your bank account you’re not spending, you may as well have zero dollars in your bank account.

I’ve got a few paradigym shifts about several lies you’ve been told when it comes to money, and I really want you to think about what I say regarding these topics and why what you’ve been told when it comes to retirement and education are lies.

I really want to open your mind and help you think about the intention and thought process you currently have about saving money.

It’s when you start thinking differently from what you’ve been taught is when you become financially free.

If you missed it, you can tune in right here to find out what all the controversy is about.