26th February, 2018 at 9:30am
Fear Hack
Workshop | 100 Clifton Street — For members

Led by author and coach Hilary Gallo, the aim of this practical half-day session was to discuss and reframe the idea of fear.

In this workshop we’ll talking about the things that stop us doing what we’d really like to be doing. Where do our fears come from and how do they end up having such an effect on us?

"The Fear Hack" is a process where we can talk about fear in an open way. By talking about fear we get to see that its not quite the big deal we thought it was. We learn what stops us also what holds our friends and colleagues back. We get to hack our fears!

What you’ll take away from the session:

·      A better understanding of fear and how prevalent it is

·      Some tools and tips to help deal with anxiety inducing situations

·      A fundamentally different relationship with fear

·      Insight into what is holding you back

·      A understanding of how to reframe fear into excitement

Who is this for?

You’ll be someone who sees that you or your team could do more of the things you’d really like to do if only you could understand and embrace fear more readily. You might suffer from “imposter syndrome” – the fear of being found out but you might also just be curious as to what a re-framing of fear could do.


Hilary is the author of “The Power of Soft” a guide to getting what you want without being a ****. Hilary used to be a lawyer, a negotiator and a business executive until he decided to do what he really loved. He faced his fears and quit to write a book and to help others. For Hilary, fear is the hidden, not talked about thing that if we can understand it, releases us. 

Event Details
  • Location:
    3rd Floor, Room 2,
    100 Clifton Street, Shoreditch,
    London, EC2A 4TP,
    United Kingdom
  • Start:
    26th February, 2018 at 9:30am
  • End:
    26th February, 2018 at 12:30pm
  • Cost:
    For members

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