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Fight for Fearlessness

Fight for Fearlessness

Update: 2019-11-013


DO YOUR JOB. If you want to be a leader, you must learn how to master your feelings. That is what life requires from leaders in any field. If you do not currently possess these characteristics, there are ways to acquire them. First, be honest with yourself. You need to take it one step at a time. You must be consistent and practice habits that will improve your confidence. Little by little, your self-confidence will grow, and your fear will take a back seat. Soon you will be able to handle any situation confidently and courageously. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation with Captain Dale Dye, where he shared strategies to help eliminate fear and build leadership skills. Captain Dale Dye served in the US Marines for 22 years, he received 3 Purple Hearts for his injuries sustained while in Vietnam, and he dedicated a second career to bringing realistic depictions of war to Hollywood screens. Captain Dale Dye says that you need to conquer your emotions if you want to be successful. Learn how to face your fears and be a better leader in Episode 870.
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How to maintain your bearing and conquer fear. (2:30)
How to stop thinking about yourself. (3:13)
What you can do to get the job done. (4:05)
The power of displaying confidence in any situation. (4:35)

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Fight for Fearlessness

Fight for Fearlessness

Lewis Howes