Teaching Without Fear

Fear and doubt can be paralyzing. The usual advice to “push through it” often doesn’t work–even as you move forward, the fear remains as a constant drag on your forward momentum.

It doesn’t have to be this way. You can develop a different relationship to your fear–one that results in transformation of the fear, not suppression. What does the fear transform into? Wisdom, clarity, and confidence.

Note: This slides reference this handout: Universal Human Needs.

4 Comments

  1. Barbara

    Emma – I love what you are doing and think it is both needed and you are presenting all your thoughts and ideas in such creative ways. I, too, have struggled with fears of teaching and pricing my services. Good for you for putting this out there!

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    • Emma

      Glad to hear it — fear doesn’t have to be the end of the story, it’s something you can work with.

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