IOWA CITY, Iowa, April 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Power Question Summit, happening May 9-11th at the New World Center in Miami Beach, will be a remarkable event teaching leaders how to turn The Power Question: What Would You Do If You Weren't Afraid?™ into a practice that will help participants break through fear to achieve their full potential in their personal lives, workplace and in the world. Participants will learn from top leaders and authors such as Arun Gandhi, Traci Fenton, Garry Ridge, Kirsty Spraggon, Bob Chapman, Carl Honore, Benny Tai, Sam Chaltain and more.
Traci Fenton, CEO of WorldBlu, the organization producing the event, says, "We have an epidemic of fear going on in the world today. This event is designed to help leaders become more aware of their fears and equip them with a practice they can immediately apply in order to experience greater success at home and at work."
Research shows that the average person thinks 60,000 thoughts a day and 80 percent of those thoughts are motivated by fear. Fear leads to poor leadership, bad decisions and dysfunctional behaviors that can have negative consequences.
The Power Question Summit will give participants a process for breaking through limiting beliefs in a highly interactive, positive and engaging learning environment complimented by inspiring presentations, improv activities and networking opportunities that will leave participants feeling transformed. Participants will also receive the workbook, The Power Question: 30 Days To Living Fearlessly in All Areas of Your Life.
Thanks to Summit sponsors, a special discount code has been established to make it possible for more leaders to attend the event for $595 a person using code: Special2016. This price includes meals and all event materials. The deadline to register is May 1st at http://www.worldblu.com/summit.
Founded in 1997, WorldBlu (www.worldblu.com) is a community of individuals and organizations from over 80 countries committed to practicing freedom rather than fear in how they lead, live and work.