Since his departure from Beyond Blogging, Nathan has been working away on various projects, one of which is about to come to fruition. He's teamed up with Karl Staib to create something called Fear to fuel.
The notion is that we all have our fears, and that we each have one in particular, which they've termed our "arch nemesis."
Fear to Fuel is an information product, and there's plenty to it. Initially there's a series of workbooks, which talk about fears and suggest many useful ways to overcome them. As you'd expect, they are both interesting and challenging.
But for me the real value is in a series of audio interviews which the team have carried out with people like:
And another dozen or so business people and entrepreneurs. They're in-depth, with good questions, and there are some great answers.
As is the way with launches, the guys have put together a series of free stuff to lead up to the launch of Fear to Fuel. Right now you'll get a PDF called "Confronting your arch nemesis" and that will be followed by a download copy of the interview with Gretchen Rubin in a couple of days, and finally they will send you a copy of the action guide they created from Gretchen's interview.
Fear to Fuel goes on sale next Monday 4th October.
I'm going to make sure I get the free stuff during this week, so I'm up to speed with what they're doing, and then I'll get the full details to decide if it's for me. Why don't you do the same?
Here's where to go: Fear to Fuel
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