If there’s one recurrent topic here at Untemplater, that is fear.
Whether if it’s trying to overcome it, or just accepting it’s part of the game, fear is approached from various perspectives because of its relevance. Regardless of what path you try to pursue in your life, fear is a constant in every life changing decision.
That’s why the Untemplater team is always looking for ways to help our readers (and ourselves!) to deal with fear the best we can.
Fear.less is a new FREE online magazine that focuses on stories and interviews about this very powerful subject. Intrigued? Here’s what they have to say:
fear.less is a movement borne from our right to live without fear. It’s where human potential meets the courage to act.
Every story you read is an example of conquering fear, whether an immediate physical danger, the looming threat of failure, the pressure to compete in a changing world, the incessant quest for identity, or the overwhelming uncertainty of death.
These people embrace their circumstances with resolve and courage. They didn’t (and don’t) run away.
They represent the best of the human spirit and reveal an inner strength we all possess, though we may not know it.
fear.less is more than a magazine – it is our toolbox for fighting fear.
fear.less is about who we become by facing our deepest fears.
The interviewees are simply amazing, with Howard Zinn and Tony Hsieh having been already featured, to name a few.
Here at Untemplater we would like to congratulate founders Clay Hebert and Ishita Gupta for joining our forces on fighting fear and we strongly recommend you to check out Fear.less. We have nothing to gain, except the possibility of encouraging more people to live their lives better.
And you have nothing to lose either. If anything, you’ll realize that you will become a little more courageous, a little more fearless.
What a great idea!! I love it! DLed the first two issues.
Mars Dorian says
heck, I even have heard about it.
I remembr checking out an interview with Daniella Laporte, and that was quite fulfilling.
Honestly, I have lost the my thoughts about it, but thanx to this post, I’m going to give it another chance…