Closing Keynote Program: Fear Is My Homeboy®: How to Get Brave and Start Taking Action
Location: GWCC, Sidney J. Marcus Auditorium, Building A, Level 4
Track(s): Bridging the Gap, Inspiration
How would you feel if …
You could thrive in times of extreme change.
You had less emotional reactivity in stressful situations.
You could easily separate things you can control from those you cant.
You felt more organized and less overwhelmed.
You weren’t burdened by a fear of failure.
This interactive session uses the fundamentals of improv theatre to help participants fight fear and get brave, so they can avoid self destruction and have less emotional reactivity in stressful situations. You hear this all the time: “Everything you want is on the other side of fear” … yet, how do we get to the other side of fear? This interactive session will challenge you to re-imagine how you deal with fear + help you put a plan in place to start taking action. Participants will leave this “fear boot camp” with a plan to finally start advancing their goals, personally and/or professionally.
Each participant will receive their very own workbook and will walk step by step through a fear setting exercise that will help them take action and begin to put a plan in place personally and/or professionally to start advancing a dream or goal they have.
Participants will take-a-way the following:
An understanding of fear’s greatest hits
How to survive (and thrive!) in times of change
A 5-Step fear setting framework that will help you take action
An understanding of how to overcome and embrace your fear
Questions to spark self-reflection
A look inside Judi’s personal toolbox for her favorite fear fighting tools
A must read book list to build self-confidence and stay motivated
How to not be burdened by a fear of failure
A sneak peak into the world of improv theatre!