How to manage fear and find fulfilment

RSA Event / Video

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Online via YouTube

  • Behaviour change
  • Mental health
  • Health & wellbeing

What is fear costing you? Your career; connection with others; believing in yourself?

Watch the replay of this event on YouTube

Fear is part of all of our lives but left unchecked it can drive many negative emotions and hold us back from finding fulfilment. Fear of failure, inadequacy and rejection can make us jealous, self-critical or turn us into perfectionists. Cultures of fear in the workplace, in family relationships and in friendships can undermine intimacy, honesty and creativity. In a life ruled by fear we strive for success but are rarely happy. And the more we try to win, the more we risk losing ourselves.

But what if we replace fear with something more hopeful? What if we could find courage in our true voice, and connect with the people around us on a deeper level?

One of the world’s most influential and sought-after psychologists, Dr Pippa Grange encourages us to live with less fear, to find deeper fulfilment and live freer lives. Pippa has worked with some of the biggest names in sport and business and her strategies for fearing less have widely been credited with transforming the mindset of the England football team at the 2018 World Cup.

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