Michelle Poler inspired a movement, Hello Fears, by facing 100 fears in 100 days. She went skydiving, she held a tarantula, she did trapeze and even wore no pants on the subway. Michelle has made it her mission to overcome the fear of being afraid and ...
Michelle Poler inspired a movement, Hello Fears, by facing 100 fears in 100 days. She went skydiving, she held a tarantula, she did trapeze and even wore no pants on the subway. Michelle has made it her mission to overcome the fear of being afraid and find true courage. Listen to learn how to embrace fear and take bold action in the face of it.
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Michelle Poler is a creative and passionate social entrepreneur, keynote speaker, fear facer, and branding strategist.
She is the Founder of Hello Fears, a social movement empowering millions to step outside the comfort zone and tap into their full potential.
Michelle’s life took a spiraling twist in 2015 when she decided to get out of her way and embark on a journey facing 100 fears in 100 days while sharing it with the world - a project that quickly became a viral phenomenon.
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