Feeling Good, Doing Great Masterclasses

Does Risk-Taking Feel Too Risky?


Taking a risk doesn’t have to be something to be afraid of.
Smart risk-taking allows you to develop the confidence you need to overcome the fear of getting it wrong.

Smart Risks help you grow and succeed. 


Risk aversion is common but you don’t have to let it hold you back


The one thing you’ve had to deal with a lot during the Pandemic
has been the huge amount of uncertainty.

Too much uncertainty feels threatening and can make
you want to stay with the status quo.

  • You know you’re expected to take risks that are likely to produce the desired outcome. But how can you be sure?


  • You used to find risk taking easier before. Now it feels difficult and you’re afraid of stuffing up.


  • You’re feeling stuck between a rock and a hard place. Stuck in the uncertainty of the risk and scared of being judged by your superiors and colleagues.


  • You’re wondering how come other people don’t seem to find it so difficult. Is it just you?


  • You get that life and work is always going to involve taking a risk of some sort, but it’s the unknown impact it can have on others that keeps you procrastinating.


You’re thinking maybe there’s a course you can take or someone who can help you overcome your risk-aversion?

The biggest problem with risk taking is failing to know how to recognise the difference between a smart risk and a risky risk.

Life is busy, challenging and complex. In your role, you’re expected to make many decisions and frequently take a considered risk.

You don’t want to cause your team, colleagues, leaders or organisation pain through taking a foolish risk.

You want to be seen as a smart risk taker but you’re not sure how.

You’re wondering if will ever get easier to make a calculated risk.

The truth is you know you are good at what you do and the risks you take.

You just want to feel more confident in your ability.

When taking a risk feels like climbing Everest without oxygen, you worry

You might be seen as indecisive, not leadership material or a poor action taker

You know your organisation is urgently seeking new ideas, innovation and creative solutions to existing challenges and this is making you more afraid of getting thighs wrong

You will have to face the consequences of a poorly thought out risk

Risk aversion is common
especially during uncertain times

Reducing your fear of getting it wrong starts with recognising when you get it right.

It takes the awareness of which situations
trigger fear and which don’t.

You can overcome your aversion
and learn about smart risk taking more easily
when you have a trusted guide or mentor to show you the way.

It’s about the awareness of how your brain operates when you’re afraid vs. when you have clarity of thought.

Dr Jenny Brockis

Hi I’m Jenny

Medical practitioner, lifestyle medicine physician, award-winning speaker, and best-selling author making YOUR work, work better, so you can enjoy a thriving life.

Like you, I care deeply about my work
and being able to bring my best self to everything I do.

As a doctor, I sought to always act professionally,
to follow the principles of best practice I had been taught
and to not put my patient at risk.

But we’re all different and sometimes I could see the normal protocol
wasn’t the best solution for my patient.

In these situations, I sometimes agonised over the pros and cons of
whether the risk was worth it.
It was ultimately my patient’s choice so I had to ensure what I was proposing
was a smart risk.

Did I worry I might be wrong? Naturally.
Did my fear prevent me from going ahead? No, but it could slow down the recovery process.

What other online participants have said

“Thank you Jenny for the amazing opportunity to participate in your course and for providing a safe place for all participants to share personal information.”

– Mark T.

​​I really enjoyed the session and probably the most useful professional development that I have done for many years.

– Ann S.

I can’t speak highly enough of Jenny’s session. Her knowledge and passion delivered a powerful, thought-provoking presentation and the best part was the simple ideas to improve the wellbeing and performance of ourselves and our teams.”

– Ralph K.

Are you READY to get good at smarter risk taking?

It’s time to discover for yourself

what having the ability to
consistently take smart risks looks like and feels like
and the difference it can make
to you, your team and every facet of your life.

This is about what YOU can do
to bring about positive change.

Step by step, bit by bit.

Every month on the Feeling Good, Doing Great Masterclass
you get the latest findings on what has been shown to
make the biggest difference
and create your own framework for what will be of
greatest benefit to your circumstances.

To feel good, do great and fully thrive.

The Making Smart Risks Easy Masterclass

What’s included


A LIVE and INTERACTIVE Masterclass – have your questions answered in real time so you have clarity and insight for what will work best for you.



In 30-45 minutes, discover the exact strategies to help you overcome the obstacles you currently face in your workplace that can contribute to high stress and altered mood.



You will learn which strategies form the basis for smarter risk taking.



REPLAY!! Even if you can’t attend the live session, by signing up you will automatically get the replay to watch at your convenience as many times as you like.

Details for the Masterclass

45 mins + Q&A

AWST Wednesday August 24th @ 12.30 pm

The Investment is only $49

$29 AUD









The REPLAY is made available for everyone who registers to attend

Money Back Guarantee
If you don’t love the content, you can get your money back 100%
No questions asked.

Simply email jenny@drjennybrockis.com within one hour of the session finishing.
You must have stayed for the whole event to qualify.

This is a no-brainer for AU$29!

The price is going up to AU$49








Are you ready to get risk taking savvy?

To put in place those strategies that will enhance your risk taking ability,
eliminate the fear of taking a bad risk of
being judged by your peers?

And create the confidence that you and your team can use
to make risk taking something that’s expected, normal
and exactly what’s needed to create personal
and professional growth?

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