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#FollowTheFear
NO.
#FollowTheFear
NO. NO. NO. NO.
NO. NO. NO. NO.
Just
Hell, NO.#FollowTheFear
Hi.
Ann Handley
Author, Speaker, Chief Content Officer
AnnHandley.com
@marketingprofs
Things that scare me….
Spiders.
The dark.
Being alone in the house.
Stairs that don’t have
a back riser.
The smell of the cellar.
Toddlers.
My brother’s teenage friends.
Old people.
People in wheelchairs.
People with foreign accents.
People.
#FollowTheFear
NO.
#FollowTheFear
32 days.
#FollowTheFear
#FollowTheFear
#FollowTheFear
#FollowTheFear
NO.
#FollowTheFear
F.
#FollowTheFear
What opting out means.
#FollowTheFear
“The computer will do anything
within its abilities.
“But it will do nothing, unless
commanded to do so.”
– John Madea
#Fo...
Your comfort zone
is your dead zone..
#FollowTheFear
1. Ask: So what?
#FollowTheFear
2. Assume people love you.
If they don’t, assume they just
don’t know you well enough yet.
#FollowTheFear
#FollowTheFear
3. #FollowYourFear
#FollowTheFear
Thank you.
Ann Handley
Author, Speaker &
Chief Content Officer
AnnHandley.com
@marketingprofs
INBOUND Bold Talks: Ann Handley
INBOUND Bold Talks: Ann Handley
INBOUND Bold Talks: Ann Handley
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I used to think that being terrified (of almost everything) was a weakness. And also, a bit freakish. Then I learned how to use my fear to my advantage, as a kind of divining rod to figure out what's worth doing.

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INBOUND Bold Talks: Ann Handley

  1. 1. #FollowTheFear
  2. 2. NO. #FollowTheFear
  3. 3. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. Just Hell, NO.#FollowTheFear
  4. 4. Hi. Ann Handley Author, Speaker, Chief Content Officer AnnHandley.com @marketingprofs
  5. 5. Things that scare me….
  6. 6. Spiders.
  7. 7. The dark.
  8. 8. Being alone in the house.
  9. 9. Stairs that don’t have a back riser.
  10. 10. The smell of the cellar.
  11. 11. Toddlers.
  12. 12. My brother’s teenage friends.
  13. 13. Old people.
  14. 14. People in wheelchairs.
  15. 15. People with foreign accents.
  16. 16. People.
  17. 17. #FollowTheFear
  18. 18. NO.
  19. 19. #FollowTheFear
  20. 20. 32 days. #FollowTheFear
  21. 21. #FollowTheFear
  22. 22. #FollowTheFear
  23. 23. #FollowTheFear NO.
  24. 24. #FollowTheFear
  25. 25. F.
  26. 26. #FollowTheFear
  27. 27. What opting out means. #FollowTheFear
  28. 28. “The computer will do anything within its abilities. “But it will do nothing, unless commanded to do so.” – John Madea #FollowTheFear
  29. 29. Your comfort zone is your dead zone.. #FollowTheFear
  30. 30. 1. Ask: So what? #FollowTheFear
  31. 31. 2. Assume people love you. If they don’t, assume they just don’t know you well enough yet. #FollowTheFear
  32. 32. #FollowTheFear
  33. 33. 3. #FollowYourFear #FollowTheFear
  34. 34. Thank you. Ann Handley Author, Speaker & Chief Content Officer AnnHandley.com @marketingprofs
  • jacquiechak

    Apr. 20, 2015

I used to think that being terrified (of almost everything) was a weakness. And also, a bit freakish. Then I learned how to use my fear to my advantage, as a kind of divining rod to figure out what's worth doing.

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