Lee Vallely: How can our listeners conquer social anxiety?

Early in life, Lee Vallely believed some very limiting beliefs, that he was a fraud, unworthy, and didn’t belong. Some people actually thought he may be autistic, as he hardly ever spoke. Not a great start. However, this actually created an insatiable thirst for knowledge, particularly in positive psychology, and mindset creation of all aspects. He became a bookworm, reading well over a thousand non fiction books, a seminar junkie, and obsessed with more knowledge of the working of the mind. Lee is now a living example of what he teaches, and coaches others to have the best life possible. Lee Vallely is a Certified Health Coach, Recovery Coach, and certified hypnosis and NLP Trainer. Lee brings a wealth of knowledge as a highly experienced Health Coach, transformational speaker and coach.

In episode 315 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out more about Lee’s early childhood in Birmingham, England, how he has such a high rate of success with solving anxiety and phobias, why he decided to write a book about overcoming social anxiety, what steps our listeners can take to conquer social anxiety, how positive thinking can actually be bad for your health, what it was like to work with elite young tennis stars on mental preparation for Wimbledon, the other kinds of phobias he can help cure, what it was like working with Tony Robbins, and how our listeners can create the mindset and energy to achieve their goals. Enjoy!

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZTJdbi1a7k