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How to become fearless women?

All women want to be perceived as strong and fearless, but most aren't just born with an innate sense of self-confidence or resilience.


To defeat your Self-doubt, get over fears and follow your WHY of 8 weeks transformational REBORN journey, we will learn how to become a fearless woman.




Strong women develop over time. They are ever-evolving, always striving to be the best version of themselves. Like diamonds, the best women are forged under pressure. They are tough on the outside, but radiate from the inside.


Fear is one of the most powerful forces in your life. It affects the decisions you make, the actions you take, and the outcomes you achieve. Who you are and what you do has at one point or another been influenced by fear. Being successful relies to a large extent on knowing how to leverage fear.



1. Respect fear.


Fearless people are not afraid to be afraid. They are comfortable recorgnizing their fear. They know fear is hardwired into our nervous system and therefore impossible to shut down. They understand that the role of fear is to warn and protect, not to scare and prevent. For them fear is not an enemy. It is an ally that guides them through high-stakes situations and ensures goal achievement.

2. Never stop learning and growing

The only time that growth occurs is when you are no longer in your comfort zone. You have the courage to take big leaps into the unknown. You can live your dreams, build bridges to places that you can’t see, and take chances others wouldn’t even imagine.


Truly fearless women take advantage of any and every opportunity to learn. They keep learning with a curious mind and strong will regardless of any circumstances.



3. Make bold changes.


Strong women aren't afraid to start over, go against the crowd or try new things. They welcome change and look at challenges as opportunities for growth. They weren't born to settle



4. Explore the origin of their fear.

When fear arises, fearless people don’t let it linger. They want to know what is causing it. Fearless people realize that fear is not so much about what scares you but about why it scares you. And there are three main reasons why something scares you:

  • Biology: You are designed to be scared of it. There are a number of things that we are genetically predisposed to be afraid of—snakes, for example.

  • Past experience: It (or something very similar) scared you a lot in the past. Fear can be learned and conditioned. If you have been in a bad car accident, you may become afraid of driving.

  • Forecasting: You worry about the future. Fear emerges when you expect that your predicament or your actions could have serious and harmful consequences for your life, your health, your freedom, your relationships, or your self-esteem.

5. Focus on building confidence.

There is no better antidote to fear than self-confidence. The more confident you are about your ability to handle what scares you, the more secure you will feel.

Building confidence is a result of acquiring knowledge, mastering a skill, and gaining experience. Getting the facts lessens the intensity of fear by making things seem less scary and more preventable. Mastering a skill, whether public speaking or job interviewing, shifts your focus from fear of failing to active coping. Finally, the more experience, direct or vicarious, you gain, the less of a barrier to success fear becomes.


6. Take action despite their fear

Ultimately, what determines the outcomes you achieve in life are the actions you do or do not take. And fear will interfere. Fear-engineered actions range from tackling what scares you head on to working through it despite your fear. Fearless people strategize. They plan and evaluate their actions. They know when to push forward and when to pull back. They know what risks are worth taking and which ones they should avoid. And when things get out of hand...


7. Not afraid to ask for help.

Despite its incredible evolutionary value, fear is not a fun feeling. It is an inherently unpleasant experience that causes physical discomfort, emotional distress, and mental turmoil.




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