This past year, I’ve focused a lot on fear and being more vulnerable (I could listen to Brené Brown all day).
A recent favorite find is Fold magazine’s article on author and life coach Hilary Gallo’s fear hacking method. The process is intended to help address and acknowledge personal fears.
Gallo’s tips to enable confidence and personal growth include:
1. Make fear your friend.
2. Dig into fear.
3. Ask “what evidence do I have?”
4. Separate danger and fear.
5. Normalize “imposter syndrome.”
6. Grow your comfort zone.
7. Make fear your road sign.
8. Reframe anxiety into excitement.