What would you do if you were not fearful?
This book was written for women of today and tomorrow, as well as for exceptionally evolved men, who identify with their fear, but despite them have an adventurous and inquisitive mind. It is for all who are seeking to learn from their experience to release abundant potential inherently and uniquely theirs to heal and experience freedom to flourish.
The authors are members of a socially-responsible community that is made up of individuals, who are enmeshed by shared life experiences, commitment to life learning and to the reengineering of the socially constructed meaning of success, to change the world, one soul at a time, for the good of all humanity.
Each member comes from a different walk through life, but intentional meaningfulness is immeasurably valued and respected. An upheld belief that is supported by the law of economics and many studies of diversity is that if we tap into the entire pool of human resources and talents, our collective performance will improve.
Therefore, if you are reading this book, then know that if you will take a risk on yourself then you will experience life as you have always desired. And the achievements will extend beyond mere individual to collective benefit for us all.
However, this book is not for you, if you view this four-letter word as vulgar–WORK. Because there is work in refinement and in the development of something wonderfully unique and valuable for you and others.
Read on, if you desire to tap into your essence as a woman, fuel your passions, and want to learn to leverage your unique assets to go from a day job to your dream life. In the following pages, we will deconstruct and reengineer many of socialized beliefs that we in the Western world (particularly) have cultivated about gender roles and that perpetuate stagnation and precipitate many of our shared fears. The fear of not being enough, valued, loved, of being a failure and so on…
To clarify our intent in writing FEARLESS, is not to dispel that fear is real, but rather to empower and to equip you, the reader, to recognize that fear is an emotion embedded in beliefs that can be overridden, to take meaningful action, despite them.