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Courageous leaders who take risks and confront their fears perform better and have more fulfilled lives than their peers, time for you to join those ranks. Fortunately, you can learn the skills of courage, confidence and risk-taking. It is especially valuable for women executives, since, according to Forbes, only 43% of women will take meaningful risks in their careers. With Patrick’s help and the Fear is Fuel neuroscience-based method you can learn to:

  • Identify when your survival brain engages and you’re apt to make poor choices based on fear (survival) rather than opportunity (growth).
  • Create a culture that becomes a competitive advantage for your company. Employees want a safe and authentic workplace, you can’t develop that without courage and confidence.
  • Take risks and embrace failure in you and your team – creating more innovation and a competitive, sustainable advantage in your industry.
  • Live a more authentic, happier, engaged life.
  • Increase your sales, your recruiting success, and your NPS.


    Want to introduce your leadership team to Fear is Fuel principles and learn a framework to build a Culture of Courage? Do you need to create a quick lift for your sales or customer success team this quarter? Inspire them with the award-winning philosophy and five-step framework that shows them how to lead with courage and authenticity, create supremely satisfied customer experience, and a fulfilling life. Participants will take away neuroscience-based roadmap for immediately implementing Fear is Fuel in their own work and life, as well as a model of sustainability to keep them engaged with the concept long-term.

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    Find out how one day has c hanged the lives of over 500 CEOs world wide and hundreds of executives. The Fear Bootcamp is for executive teams serious about developing an engaged leadership team and developing new hires committed to your mission and values. First, we explore deep into your authentic selves and hidden fears, then we learn to apply the neurological principles to your team. We compress from the top and the bottom to sandwich a culture of courage on your team.  We build a long-term standout customer experiences. This full day workshops first pushes participants adventurously out of their comfort zone with a challenging fear exercise. Then we engineer a direct application plan, explore team dynamics and serve individual exercises pulled directly from the best-seller Fear is Fuel. We use advanced analysis tools to thread a Culture of Courage into the current culture on a more transformative level, by using the principle of compression featured in the book.

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    If you want to take Fear is Fuel deeper into your organization for maximum impact, we can create a customized seven-phase implementation plan that includes on-site training with your leadership team, hands-on goal-setting, and team-building exercises. Your leadership team will work side-by-side with Lonnie & his team to practice and implement the Red Shoes Living principles.

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    After completing the Fear is Fuel & Culture of Courage 60-day program, Organizations committed to living a culture of courage can have Patrick Sweeney come back on-site every quarter to keep your executive and leadership teams inspired, motivated and up to date with the latest research to help you stay on track with your goals and vision, troubleshoot implementation challenges, and measure ongoing progress.

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    Executive Bootcamp

    “Patrick led a workshop and once in a lifetime experience for 50 CEOs at the Marriott Spectrum Irvine that was simply amazing.  Pushing executives to explore deep within themselves and then apply those lessons to their leadership roles brought tremendous value.  It was engaging, humbling and incredibly insightful.  Patrick’s personal background and style allowed each of us to create life-long lessons.”

    Ivo Tjan – CEO, CommerceWest Bank (CWBK)


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