Welcome, fellow Fear Finder. I’m glad you’re here.
I’m glad because it means I’ve sparked some curiosity about how fear shows up in your life and in your choices.
And curiosity is a great starting point for positive change.
Curiosity enlightens fear by enticing us to discover a path that is aligned with our soul’s purpose and passion.
What does that mean for you?
Maybe it means:
You’re in a job that doesn’t spark you but don’t know how to change it.
You want to deepen your heart connections to partners, friends and family, but feel stuck in the status quo.
You want to paint, sing or throw pottery, but don’t know where to start.
You’re intimidated by your personal finances and unsure how to get control of them.
You struggle to foster effective connections with your children but feel unsure of how to communicate with them.
I will help you shed light on the things that are keeping you stuck and share strategies that can help you embrace fear as fuel for good work, strong relationships, effective parenting, rich creativity and healthy money habits.
My articles and research will offer evidence-based insights to help you cultivate a fear-finding tool kit of your own. Not quick fixes or easy answers–after all, most of us have been hard at work trying to side-step, beat or battle our fears for decades—but guidance about how to move forward toward courageous living from a place of understanding and resolve.
“But Nancy, what makes you an expert? You’re not a therapist.”
My expertise has evolved through life experience and decades of research on how fear finds its way into the nooks and crannies of everyday life, on how we humans experience and react to it.
You might also be curious about why I have chosen this mission in the first place. But the more pertinent question may be why it has chosen me. I believe the answer lies in a kaleidoscope of personal stories that share fear as their common denominator.
In other words, I’ve spent the better part of my life feeling afraid. Feeling stuck and saturated in negative inner dialogue that ended up taking more space in my brain than my passion and purpose. That negative inner talk led me down some ill-fated rabbit holes, but it also led me here.
Of course, my path is unique to me, as yours is to you. But I’m pretty sure the broader experience—of having to figure out where fear lives and why it shows up the way it does—is not.
That’s why I’m enlisting you to participate in my Fear Finding Research Project so I can get a better handle on your unique experience with fear around the important topics of work, relationships, parenting, creativity and money habits.
This information will help me help you enlighten your fears and use them to move forward in your life.
Light beats dark. Together beats alone. Let’s move forward together. Let’s create a world where we can embrace our darkest fears and make enlightened choices.
To courageous living,