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The Fear Series
CallCast.co is honored to kick off our Fear Series with two amazing speakers.
I am personally interested in exploring fear and have done so throughout the 2020 year by speaking to a new person each day. I truly believe that when we face our fears we take ownership of our lives stories and live bigger emboldened lives that leads us to better places. Facing our fears becomes a compass that helps navigate us towards meaning and purpose. We we are in alignment with our purpose then our lives and the people who we share our lives with become richer and more full. I have now spoken with over 200 people this year so far and have another 100 people to go to complete my 2020 mission to talk with a new person each day. As a thank you to all my podcast guests I wanted to host a talk with two amazing speakers to help us on our individual quests to face our fears and enrich our lives with a deeper calling. At CallCast.co one of our core values is being better, listening to other people and answering own own inner callings.

Please join us to engage in the first installment of the Fear Series

Christopher Scott, shares with us his heartbreaking experience with fear - Christopher was wrongfully convicted of capital murder in 1997 and spent 13 years in prison as an innocent man. Having your freedom and safety taken from you and held prisoner is one of the most extreme experiences of fear. Christopher will share his story and his life's mission with us. Since his release, Christopher has founded House of Renewed Hope to help exonerate other wrongfully convicted prisoners.

Mary Poffenroth helps teams turn chaos into clarity by using proven scientific methods and the power of play to overcome their everyday fears and discover innovative solutions for business growth. By trade and training, Mary is a biopsychologist and STEM faculty for San Jose State University, as well as an active contributor to Science magazine, Forbes, Entrepreneur, TED, and SXSW.

Aug 13, 2020 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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