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Walter Rakowich

Dear Friend,

I spend a great deal of space in the book Transfluence making a case that fear is one of the two biggest obstacles to a leader’s success. Fear and pride, I write, stunt the influence of leaders and limit their ability to make a positive difference in the lives of others. So if we want to lead effectively, we must subdue our pride and face and overcome our fears.

There’s another side of fear, however, that’s worth exploring in our pursuit of transformative influence. When we face our fear with the right perspective, we actually can turn it into a tool that helps us in our leadership. Consider these five ways we can use fear when we refuse to allow fear to abuse us...

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Thanks,
Walter Rakowich

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