How much does your fear hold you back from doing work you love?
Building a business is not easy. There is crying, yelling, fighting with your arch nemesis, losing your superpowers, gaining them back again, more yelling, wanting to throw in the towel, feeling like you are on top of the world, and knowing everything that you do is worth your efforts.
I’ve been working hard behind the Work Happy Now scenes.
I want to help you with the resistance that you have in starting your own business or taking your business to the next level. Nathan Hangen and I have created an e-course that helps people do just that.
We’re calling it Fear to Fuel – Stop Resisting and Start Creating.
Too often we procrastinate on stuff that really lights our fires because we are afraid of failing at something we truly care about.
Right now we are building interest by releasing 1 part of 9 PDF modules as a free preview. We plan to release an audio interview by a best-selling author by mid-week, and at the end of the week we’ll make the PDF action worksheet ready for you.
Click here to sign up so you can get access to all the free content. After Friday we will be pulling the information down because we want people to buy the e-course.
The e-course is filled with great stuff to help you leverage your superpowers so you can do more of the stuff you love to do.
We interviewed 14 creative experts and asked them tough questions about what they did right and wrong as they built their businesses.
The list is truly amazing. We have Tony Hsieh the CEO of Zappos, Hugh Macleod the amazing cartoonist at Gaping Void, and Gretchen Rubin of The Happiness Project to name a few.
Each interview comes along with an action sheet that highlights the interview. After you are done listening to the MP3, you can answer some tough questions to help you break through your procrastination.
9 PDF Modules
We created 9 PDF modules that will take you step by step through your fear, teach you how to know where it’s coming from, give you strategies on how to friend your fear, and then help you learn to use your fear to fuel you into action.
Finally, we created a marketing module. Nathan and I talked about what very few others do – that there is no magic formula for success. It takes a lot of hard work, connecting with the right people and showing up every day. Once people know that they can trust you, that’s when the magic happens. They will tell everyone they know that you are awesome.
Where Porcupines Come In to Play
We picked the topic of fear because it dominates so many of our decisions. Think about the last crappy job you stayed at. Why did you stay?
Because you were afraid of finding a crappier job.
Because you would lose your health insurance.
Because you were afraid of change.
All valid arguments, but so very weak at the same time. Your fear holds you back from doing work that you love.
It’s like hugging a porcupine. You think you can do it gently enough that it won’t prick you. Each time you hug that porcupine, a loose quill jabs you. You pick the porcupine up the next day hoping for better results.
You keep showing up at your job because you’re hoping that one day you will stop being pricked and start being appreciated.
Your fear is holding you back. You aren’t creating something that excites you. Then this course is for you.
I partnered with Nathan Hangen because we’ve both struggled with fear and found different ways to use that fear to fuel our businesses. We try something, fail try something else and succeed. Then repeat the things that worked.
We’ve tried so many angles that we know what works best for us. Each failure helps us gain clarity.
We are giving away a small piece of the course for free, so we can show you how valuable the whole Fear to Fuel package is. Click here to sign up and you’ll get access to each new part that is released. The first part will be released today. The next 2 parts will be released later this week.
As always if you have any questions, just let me know and I’ll be glad to help.
* No extra links today because that’s how important Fear to Fuel is to me.