When I’m acting and about to get onstage I feel a bit sick to my stomach. I also have this recurring thought that I’m going to forget all of my lines.
Whenever I write a new song I’m worried no one will like it.
If I’m consulting with a client I’m afraid my advice isn’t going to work.
Even though none of these things ever come true. The fear comes back every single time.
Are these fears warranted? Who knows. But the truth is if I let them control me I’d never get anywhere.
So what’s the secret to squashing those fears so you can move forward?
In today’s episode of New Media Conversations we’re going to discuss:
How to squash your fears and advance your artistic career
We’ll be covering three key areas:
1. Why fear is holding you back
2. The secret to squashing your fears
3. How to make your actions worthwhile
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