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Kim Hallin

Hi, I'm Kim. I'm the author of "Horse Wisdom: Life Lessons for Humanity" and the owner/founder of Unbridled LLC, a unique equine experiential learning business in Charleston, South Carolina. Through my Ruzuku online classes and membership programs I offer very affordable learning options for students who enjoy self-paced remote learning or who want to supplement their hands-on experiential learning at Unbridled with online materials and support.

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About this course

Working with Core Beliefs, Fear & Anxiety!

Today's world is full of uncertainty. It's more important than ever that we learn how to effectively navigate both the tumultuous waters around us and the complex inner terrain our own mental/emotional landscape. By examining our core beliefs we can better understand how fear affects our ability to move productively through life's many challenges. This self-paced course includes strategies for managing anxiety.

Lesson One: What are Core Beliefs and Why are They Important?

Lesson Two: Understanding Fear and Anxiety

Lesson Three: Recognizing my Personal Responses to Fear and Anxiety

Lesson Four: Strategies for Success

Lesson Five: The Mindset of Abundance

Upon enrollment you will gain immediate access to the full course. Each lesson begins with an introductory video and includes downloadable worksheets designed to guide you in deeper self-reflection and experiential practice. If you so choose, you can engage with other students (and Kim) via the discussion threads in the classroom.

As a lifelong horse lover and the lead facilitator of "equine-inspired learning" at Unbridled LLC, all of Kim Hallin's online courses are laced with horse wisdom!

"You won't regret investing time, energy and intention in one of Kim's classes. She takes care to craft content that is thought-provoking and aimed at bringing out your best. She creates beautiful, safe, encouraging spaces for participants to fully immerse ourselves, open up to being vulnerable, craft actions that help us get out of our own way, and take away new ways of thinking, being and acting that lead to more satisfaction and a greater sense of purpose and meaning."