​Much advice is given on the necessities of courage to realise our dreams. Less advice is offered on how to achieve this state of fearlessness.

Emily Wilson, Managing Partner at FutureYou takes a step back from the rhetoric of needing to ‘be bold’ to consider what really holds people back; the first step to fearlessness has to be confidence and self-esteem. So how do you develop confidence in yourself… and others?

"I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it."  Nelson Mandela

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