How to eliminate your fear once and for all



Let’s face it. We’ve all experienced fear before. Those nerve-wracking moments leading up to something BIG. Your heart is racing, your palms and/or underarms start to perspire, and your knees may even begin to feel weak or start knocking. Definitely NOT one of the greatest feelings out there.

But here’s the great news…
Perhaps you’ve written a book, launched a business, or landed an interview for your dream job; and now you have to sell someone on that book, biz or why you’re the best candidate for the job. Or…maybe you’re going to be having a baby in the near future (okay, well that’s me – ha!) All familiar yet fear inducing activities right? Well here’s the great news…they don’t have to be, and here’s how you can make that your truth.


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LTL 022: Why there is Nothing to Fear with Tess Marshall

Let’s Talk Legacy Episode 022: Why there is nothing to fear with Tess Marshall

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Connect with Tess!
Tess Marshall M.A. has a master’s degree in counseling psychology and works as a spiritually based, passionate, loving, fear-shattering, risk taker, author, Courage Coach and blogger at The Bold Life. Tess is involved in a current love affair with her family, hiking, running and travel.


In this episode of the Let’s Talk Legacy Show, Courage Coach and founder of The Bold Life Tess Marshall talks about: the importance of having a solid foundation, how you are the cause of your own suffering, and why when you think you can’t even take a baby step, how you can and should take half of a penguin step. She also talks about the choice we get to make each and every day regarding where we put our energy; as well as the choice we can make to be happy or to be right.

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Tess’ quote to live by

“There is nothing to fear.” – A Course in Miracles

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LTL 004: Pure Acts of Faith with Lauryn Ballesteros


Meet Lauryn
Lauryn Ballesteros is a sales/marketing expert, blogger, and cultural entrepreneur focused on bringing authenticity into everything she touches. She loves Italy, her dog, and a good book on the beach.  She just released a free, three-part series on how to land your ideal client here.
Twitter: @heylaurynbee

In this episode, you’ll learn how trusting what you want, cultivating confidence, and listening to your body leads to pure acts of faith, and leaving a legacy you believe in.

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Lauryn’s quote to live by
“The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.” – Albert Camus

Killer Sound Bytes/Tweetables by Lauryn Ballesteros
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“Even when I’m quiet I’m loud.”

“It’s about showing up. Showing up fully as much as you can each and every day.”

“When you’re in the dip…you’re literally walking by faith and not by sight.”

“Who I am isn’t just limited to what I do.”  

“Most of what we fear is not real.” 

Who’s your Shero?
My mother and my Grandmother. They may not have written books, but they’ve helped write mine.

How would you define legacy?
Your legacy is what you know in your heart. It’s everything from how you want to serve and help others, to figuring out what feeds you, and living that out on a daily basis — in a way that scales and that works for you. Legacy is something you believe in. You can’t have a fake legacy. Legacy has to be upward moving and expansive and inherent to serving people.

My book recommendation(s)
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz

Best advice

It’s not real.

When you’re starting off, you’re going to have a lot of obstacles that are in your way; and most of what we fear is not real. You are far more capable than you give yourself credit for, and if we took a step back out of the fear, and out of the story that we tell ourselves of what we can and can’t do: you’ll realize that you can do what you want… and that might be the scarier part.

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