Fear(less) Masterclass | Lesson #1

Fear(less) Masterclass | Lesson #1

From scared to courageous

You may find that people are proposing that you look at the current state of unprecedented disruption as an opportunity.  Sounds like a great idea, but the reality is that for so many the fear is paralysing.  The objective of the Fear(less) Masterclass is not to teach you how to get rid of fear - that’s neither possible nor ultimately desirable. Our aim is to put fear on the table, normalise it through honest conversation, and use it as a lever for enabling courageous action on what matters.

If this lesson results in one less sleepless night or one less person spending hours surfing COVID-19 on media websites then we will consider it a success.

These free sessions will encourage you to shine a spotlight on your fear so that you can connect to what really matters to you as a human being and focus your energy intentionally around exactly that.

Please note: This is not a webinar it is a free online classroom designed for experiential learning and impact which is why each class is limited to 12 people. We will release more classes if the demand requires us to.

Lesson Outcomes

  • Build resilience through the practice of getting comfortable with discomfort
  • Experience the creation of a fear museum to celebrate and normalise the power of fear, in creating meaningful and impactful connection and change
  • Learn some simple hacks to positively shift your mindset when fear presents

If you’d like to join us for a free Fear(less) Masterclass select the session below that works best for you. Places are limited so we ask that if you register and can't attend you provide 24 hours notice via hello@bkindred.com so that we can open the space to someone else.

Tuesday, 31st March, 9am to 10am AEST
Thursday, 2nd April, 4pm to 5pm AEST
Friday, 3rd April, 11am to 12pm AEST 

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