Show Notes

We all know what it feels like in the moments right before we try something new. There’s a nagging, persistent voice of apprehension telling us all the reasons we should just stay in our comfort zone! We’d do anything to know: Is it fear, or is it wisdom speaking to us? So in this episode, I’ll teach you some of the characteristics of fear and wisdom, so that you can become more confident in your decisions.

My guest this week is a good friend of mine, best-selling author and speaker at this year’s Business Boutique event, Patsy Clairmont. Patsy’s experience with fear is very tangible, so she’ll share her personal journey of how she finally disarmed the lies of fear.

Plus, I’ll answer your business questions from Business Boutique events!

1:17  How To Tell the Difference Between Fear and Wisdom

14:44 Interview with Patsy Clairmont

49:29 Business Boutique Nashville Event Info

51:33 #ASKCHRISTYWRIGHT

59:14 Homework

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Here is the video of Christy cliff-jumping!

If you have a success story you would like to share with the Business Boutique community, email me at podcast@businessboutique.com.

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  1. Danielle says:

    I loved this podcast and is just what I needed to hear today. I’m curious what class our group Patsy joined that gave her tools for her fear initially.

  2. Catherine says:

    I just finished listening to your description of fear vs. wisdom; it was SO good! I signed on because I was interested in seeing your video of jumping in Hawaii, but I can’t find it.

    Thanks for all the great information!
    Catherine

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