Monday Morning Jumpstart:
Overcoming Fear — Tips from a
What do you do when you face fear? What are your techniques for dealing with it?
In this week’s Monday Morning Jumpstart, Jade Trueblood and her special guest,“A-list” copywriter and mentor, Marcella Allison talk about Marcella’s best tips for overcoming fear, including a tip from a professional paraglider! Follow these tips the next time you need to overcome fear so you can continue to live your best writer’s life.
You’ll also hear about the all-important “Guardians at the Gate,” and how you can best neutralize them moving forward. Marcella explains this so vividly, you’ll never forget it.
This is a brilliant 12 minutes that everyone who’s trying to do something risky (like build a writing career) should listen to.
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This was my first time watching the Monday morning jump start. I was especially encouraged by the discussion of overcoming the guardians at the gate. Well worth the short time it took. I will be watching these regularly. Thanks.
Dr B –
The fear guardians for me, are conditioned responses from my life. They can spur you on in the respect that you're not going to let anything stop you. Move through it and then it will be past. "Nothing happens until something moves." Einstein.
Guest (Katetheshy) –
Jade and Marcella, this was GREAT! I am not sure who reads these posts, and I would like to recommend to everyone who is on the path of becoming a "Pro" read "Turning Pro" by Steven Pressfield and "The War of Art". These are both excellent discussions on what keep us in the "amateur" mode and from moving to the "Pro" mode. Both great companion pieces to this Jump Start discussion.
Wes Andersen –