Welcome to Fear.less’s new site. Here you’ll find some truly powerful stuff that will help you reduce your fear and take control of your life. Fear can be a real pain, and it’s an enemy we know well, so we’re here to give you tools to combat it so you can live freely.
You’ve caught us just as we’ve revamped our platform, so let me tell you what we’re up to.
This blog, right here, will be updated twice a week with high-impact Fear.less content: An interview with or article on a person who’s been successful and inspirational in their battle against fear, be they an entrepreneur, scientist, spiritual leader or something else cool. Or, I’ll muse on fear, self-acceptance, possibility, or fear-related issue to get our minds and spirits racing for the week ahead. In between updates, we’ll throw in other useful content that we find – a video, a resource, a picture worth a million words.
Over the past year and a half, we put out 15 lovely issues of a digital magazine full of candid interviews and articles with great people. We’re not using the PDF format anymore, but we’re still doing awesome interviews with people. The PDF’s are up in the Archives section, where you’ll find each issue available for free download. They’re timeless and relevant, and they’ll be up there forever.
This site is more visual and dynamic than our old one, and it’s a new approach for us. We’re excited about it, but we could really use your help. Up in the navigation bar, there’s a page where you can submit stories and content of your own to be featured on Fear.less, and another page where you can contact us with your thoughts, feelings and requests. Fear.less will be at its best if we have your feedback and submissions to give us insight, so please get in touch with us via the contact page, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/fearlessstories, or on Twitter, @fearlessstories.
Fear is a rough, exhausting thing. It makes you feel alone and it just keeps coming back every day. This site is our concerted effort to help as many people as we can, including ourselves, deal with fear so we can live life as we were meant to and actualize our potential. So please: read, share, enjoy, and let us know how we’re doing.
Thanks for joining us on this incredible journey.
Matt and Ishita