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Seminar on how to take control of your life scheduled at the Fargo Theatre

Troy White, founder of Upstream Enterprises, plans to speak on how to understand fear, doubt, stress and worry, and then how to build lasting change from within.

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Poster of the Beyond Your Barriers event scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Jan. 28 at the Fargo Theatre.
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FARGO — A conflict manager and life coach will be holding a seminar on how to take control of your life on Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Fargo Theatre.

Troy White, founder of Upstream Enterprises, plans to speak on how to understand fear, doubt, stress and worry, and then how to build lasting change from within, according to a press release from F45 Training West Fargo, a fitness center.

White shares how he overcame his own anxiety, trauma and PTSD in his life, and then helps people break through their own barriers, according to the press release.

The event, which is called "Beyond Your Barriers: Why didn't someone show me this sooner?" starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Fargo Theatre, and all proceeds will go to Down Home, a local nonprofit that helps provide furnishings for those coming out of homelessness.

Other issues that White will discuss include: discover what drives your emotions and behavior and how to take control, and become the master of your destiny rather than feeling like a victim of your circumstances, according to the press release.

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