"The quickest way to acquire self-confidence is to do exactly what you are afraid to do."
Do you find yourself living in a space that is safe and void of challenge or fear? Do you find that pushing yourself towards the things that scare you forces you to grow and adapt to being a better you?
This week, we learn from a master of craft. Alex Honnold climbed El Capitan without a rope (called free soloing). He was the first person to ever do it. It was a 3,000 foot climb that inspired an award-winning documentary called "Free Solo."
Check out this video of Alex discussing how he thinks about and deals with fear and how he still moves forward confidently to accomplish the dream goal that he set for himself many years ago.
What are the fears that hold you back from moving forward confidently in your life, work, and training? Your job this week is to identify those fears that hold you back. Write them down, and bring them to the surface to tackle them head on.