Rethinking FEAR

Strengthen Your Coping Skills...Lessen Your Fears

“Carol Rifon has immense knowledge in training and development presentations which has helped so many in my organization. Now Carol has stepped onto another level with inspiring emotional intelligence and cognitive function giving individuals further preparation for their development.”
Roger Smith, Jr. President & CEO Salt River Materials Group

“As a director of a College corporate training division, Carol was my “go-to” person for helping students to overcome obstacles and examine new ways of learning.  Readers will find this a valuable resource with practical ideas for lasting change. Simple stories designed to deliver extraordinary results!”
Ginger Johnson President & CEO Custom Training Solutions AZ


Rethinking Fear was written to provide creative exercises that help stimulate cognitive, emotional and neurotransmitter functions to help individuals override fearful patterns and create happier lives.

The goal of this book is to provide you with tools to:

  • Better understand your fear
  • Increase your cognitive function and emotional intelligence to actively deal with your fear
  • Replace fearful patterns with freeing patterns

The more competent you feel about your coping skills, the less you will fear.

CAROL RIFON

AUTHOR

Carol Rifon has over 30 years’ experience in management, human resource and psychology fields with a Masters’ Degree in Psychology and Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) professional certification.

She has a passion for providing individuals with tools to help them succeed and effectively used cognitive thinking and emotional intelligence as the basis for the management, team building, leadership, employee development and personal responsibility training she created for individuals, businesses, colleges and the United States Navy.

Viewing personal responsibility as integral to success, she emphasized attitude, behavior and choices in her training programs. She found that the more internal the individuals’ locus of controls, the more competent they felt about their coping abilities and the less they feared, resulting in increased confidence and personal achievement. These outcomes inspired her to write Rethinking Fear in an effort to share this process and help individuals on a broader scale.

Rethinking Fear provides creative exercises that help stimulate cognitive, emotional and neurotransmitter functions to help individuals better understand their fears and override old patterns to create happier lives.

Rethinking Fear shares Carol Rifon’s appreciation of self-development as a personal responsibility and a life-long process of discovering, learning, creating and growing.

Preface to Rethinking Fear:

One of my passions is providing individuals with tools to help them succeed. Another passion is my interest in the brain, especially as it relates to cognitive functioning and emotional intelligence.

For over 30 years, I have combined both of these passions in management, employee development, team building and personal responsibility training for individuals, businesses, colleges and the United States Navy.

This book addresses one of the most common issues I have seen deter individuals from moving forward in their lives and their careers - FEAR. Fear of failing. Fear of feeling. Fear of striving. Fear of speaking. Fear of trusting. Fear of trying. Fear of even the slightest change.

Neurological research has shown that chronic stress, such as fear, inhibits the brain’s ability to regenerate neurons. This limits mental function needed to discover, learn, create and succeed in life.

Rethinking Fear was written to provide creative exercises that help stimulate cognitive, emotional and neurotransmitter functions to help individuals override fearful patterns and create happier lives.

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