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How To Overcome Anxiety And Move Into Power
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In this video:
- How a rubber band can teach you to think about tension
- How to expand your capacity to be more creative
- Chip Conley’s equation for why we feel anxiety
- 4 questions to ask yourself to claim more of your power
- The amazing effect of “going all in”
In this video Tripp Lanier talks about how to overcome anxiety and move into power. If you’ve wanted to know how to overcome anxiety and fear, it starts with learning how to master dynamic tension. In The Power of TED, David Emerald likens the creative tension in our lives to that of a rubber band stretched between two thumbs. Once you develop capacity to handle that tension, that’s a step toward knowing how to control anxiety. Additionally, Tripp discusses a Chip Conley emotional equation that can show you how to reduce anxiety. If you want to know how to overcome self doubt and how to beat anxiety once and for all, consider the power of shifting your mindset and ‘going all in’.
Click here to check out Tripp’s interview with David Emerald Are You a Drama Queen and Don’t Know It? – Power of TED
Click here for Tripp’s interview with Chip Conley Emotional Equations, Anxiety and Doing What You Love