Why would you accept a prediction that doesn’t serve you?
Peter Scott met fear at an early age. At the age of 10 he sat in a courtroom across from his mother, testifying that her alcoholism made him feel unsafe. At the age of 25, Peter lost his father to alcoholism. Those moments in tandem caused Peter to make the decision to never let himself, a loved one, or anyone he came in contact with be controlled by fear.
Peter now helps individuals overcome fear through the Fearless Life Experience. He believes fearless doesn’t mean having no fear. It means having the courage to do the thing that scares you.