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Fear will always do one of two things:
Keep you stuck.
Or make you fierce.
The result depends on you. Are your fears holding you back? Or are they helping you become fully engaged — living a purposeful life true to yourself?
Our guest today on MarieTV will help you recognize where you fall.
Koya Webb is a celebrity health coach, activist, and founder of the international yoga school Get Loved Up. She’s also the author of Let Your Fears Make You Fierce: How to Turn Common Obstacles into Seeds for Growth.
Koya knows a thing or two about fear. She writes, “I’ve lived in it. I know firsthand how abuse, depression, and suffering can make you afraid to live and crush your dreams.” But that’s just the beginning of her story.Our perspective can bring us to a paradise, or it can keep us in prison. @KoyaWebb Click To Tweet
The truth is, “You are not a victim; you are a creator.”
This conversation made me laugh-cry and cry-cry as Koya told me about her promising path to the Olympics, her hilarious first time doing yoga, and the series of personal traumas she tried to ignore for years.
You’ll also learn how to:
- Reverse any limiting belief using 4 simple words.
- Break the cycle of burnout (KEY for you overachievers!).
- Recognize the voice of your intuition.
- Release negative emotions.
- Heal the childhood wounds that are holding you back.
- Take back your time with a handy scheduling trick.
Whether or not you’re struggling with fear or anxiety, this episode is a must watch. Koya’s joy will lift your spirits, guaranteed.
DIVE DEEPER: Learn 3 steps to be ambitious and still have inner peace and let the first lady of yoga, Colleen Saidman Yee, remind you that you’re enough as you are right now.
Now, Koya and I would love to hear from you.
In the comments below, answer these two questions:
- What’s your biggest insight, takeaway, or aha from this episode?
- What’s one action you can take towards your dream — from where you are, right now?
You’ll never rid yourself completely of fear or self-doubt. There’ll never be a perfect time to pursue your dreams. There is only now.
As Koya says: “You can help people right now. You’re good enough right now. You don’t need an Olympic gold medal. You can start.”
Speaking of… if you’re looking to fast-track your growth, achieve extraordinary results, and save yourself years of expensive trial and error, B-School enrollment is OPEN.
Koya herself is a proud graduate and I’d be honored to support you in building the business of your dreams.