Frederick William Penney Is Overcoming Fear and Dominating the Legal and Business Industry
Fear. Something that cripples many people from pursuing their true callings in life. Fear can grip, shape, and destroy someone if they let it get ahold of them. Fear is a part of life though and it is expected that people learn how to overcome and manage it if need be in order to be successful. Yet, most people shy away from overcoming their fears because of the massive challenge that usually holds. Yet, there are people in the world who try and help people overcome this fear, especially in the legal and business sense. Meet Frederick William Penney, internationally known business guru and law expert.
Before entering the legal world, Frederick was always nervous about the potential outcomes of how his life will turn out. Growing up in a poor family in California, Frederick never had an easy life. Yet, he knew that he never wanted to work a crappy job and he wanted to follow his true dreams. When I asked Frederick, what motivated him back in the day, he replied:
“I will never forget, after many years of grinding school, looking out the third story of the law school I attended,” said Penney, a graduate from J. Reuben Law School of Brigham Young University. “Up on the hill were big beautiful homes that successful people had built. When I would get down, or was tired of studying… I would just stand there for 10 minutes or so and stare, saying quietly to myself ‘patience Fred, patience’.”
In 1992, after Frederick graduated from college, he began to construct his vision of what it means to be successful and overcoming his fears in his own eyes. Frederick started Penney and Associates which quickly became an Internationally recognized law firm that has represented people from all over the world. Due to this immense popularity, Frederick quickly opened more offices all around the world in order to help expand his reach and availability to all of his clients. It will be exciting to see where this path takes Frederick as he continues to grow, persevere, and continue overcoming more and more fears.