Welcome To the first Chase Your Fears Podcast Episode. When trying to brainstorm topics for our first podcast Peter and I kept returning to the topic of fear.
Specifically, my fears. Deciding to start a podcast resulted in many doubts. Doubts about my Latin accent, doubts about my voice, doubts about not knowing what to say, or freezing mid-conversation. Peter also opened up about some of his fears. We talk about Peter’s weird fear of brown doors 😉 (Listen to hear the full story!), My issues with feet and our 25 minutes of fame.
Since we both understand fear we wanted to share the strategies we use to control it. This episode will show you how to manage your fear and use it as a motivation. It's important to note that when we talk about overcoming fear we're not talking about eliminating fear; we're talking about getting to a place were we can pursue the things we want without letting fear paralyze us.
Trying and failing is much better than never trying at all #ChaseYourFears
80% executed is always better than 100% of something that was never done and never happened #ChaseYourFears
Dayhanna Acosta is a Marketing Strategist, an Advocate for Fearless Living and the creator of the Chase Your Fears Podcast. Dayhanna is also the CEO of Create SFN Inc, a marketing and media strategy consulting agency. Dayhanna loves coaching and educating other business owners on how to develop their brand and voice to reach their target audience. She has over nine years of experience in the marketing field. Dayhanna graduated summa cum laude from Florida Gulf Coast University with a Bachelors of Science degree. Dayhanna enjoys traveling and learning new languages. She speaks Spanish and French and is currently studying Hungarian and Portuguese.
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