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Woman Overcomes Fear By Being Set on Fire and Flying!

We don’t learn limiting beliefs until we’re older. Why else would we bother learning to walk or memorizing a whole language? If you’ve ever had a stroke or tried to learn a new language you get this!

Why do we not follow through on our greatest ambitions? Because we can.  It’s easy to keep yourself from ever achieving your dreams by allowing fear, doubt and socially constructed ideas stop you from trying or trying very hard. That’s why I’m impressed with people like Kalah Ruth. This woman not only overcame her fears, but she is helping others do the same.

She used to be afraid to fly, but through coaching she let go of her limiting beliefs and took to the skies. “I used to be afraid to fly! Over the past year I have completed a personal development course to overcome my fears and understand my emotions. I have since co-piloted a helicopter and flew down a zip line while being set on fire. I was only able to do these things because I learned how to clear limiting beliefs and changed my unhealthy habits.

Now she wants to help others live their dream by becoming a coach like the one who helped her. Check out her campaign to become a certified coach at Gofundme.com/l8o0kk. Please SHARE her campaign and if you can, support her financially.


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