A Stuntman’s Guide to Overcoming Fear and Procrastination

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What’s it all about?

There is nothing quite as suffocating and restricting as fear but considering how common it appears in our lives it is very much misunderstood. Advice like “there’s nothing to be afraid of” and “feel the fear and do it anyway” has been given to us all. But what is the best way for us to deal with our own fears?

Procrastination, the other common and dangerously inhibiting state of being, also causes damage to professionals and students alike, preventing them from completing the work they do and being their best.

What if the two were exactly the same at a root level and could even be treated as such?

What we will cover?

With our fears being one of the least talked about topics around, it’s time to lift the lid on what a fear really is, what purpose they serve (if any) and how each one of us can learn to overcome our fears in our own time and in our own ways.

In this class Brett Solomano will be sharing how he has overcame many of his fears including driving at high speed, jumping off buildings, being set on fire, swimming through shipwrecks and now finally public speaking. Using very simple concepts and observations, everyone will have the opportunity to get an insight into their own fears and what’s holding them back.

By the end of this class you will surely see the similarities between fear and procrastination and feel empowered and able to overcome them both!

Who will be teaching?

Ex-stunt performer, Brett Solomano, has spent nearly ten years working with danger, fear and adrenaline, teaching and learning from sports men and athletes, the very best tools and techniques for learning fast, overcoming your fears and remaining cool under pressure. When Brett isn’t driving trucks or abseiling off buildings he likes to work with at risk and disadvantaged youth helping them understand their body and mind in fun and deceptively simple ways.