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The Correct Use Of Fear

The Correct Use Of Fear

Use it as a signal of what matters to you, not as a push that makes you do stuff you don’t want to do, or don’t do something you want to.

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Hi all! 📚I'm Juan, a Learning Coach and founder of We Learn from 🇨🇴! I'm passionated about evidence based learning, marketing & systems. You can reach me at juan@welearn.com.co

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