How do you face your fear? Hi. I am Tommy Davidson, aka GoodTimeTommy #GTT, and I am a real estate and self improvement entrepreneur in Murfreesboro, TN. I have over 14 years of experience in real estate and I enjoy sharing my knowledge with the community. So how do you face your fear? My biggest fear in life is dancing in public. I was recently nominated to be a contestant in the Murfreesboro version of Dancing with the Stars. In order to overcome this fear, I am remaining focused, keeping my mind focused on the end result. I have my “Why” in my back pocket to keep my nerves calm. My “Why” is stronger than my emotion of fear. My “Why” is to the raise most money for the charity Reconstruction for Life. I am on a mission to sell 500 of these t-shirts to hit my goal of raising $10,100.00. If you would like to donate to this great cause, please go to today to order your shirt! For more access to Good Time Tommy, subscribe to youtube@ and learn more on
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