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Fear Factor

Still accepting applications! An invitation to learn more about who you are by doing something you think you can’t.


Blended: online + in-person UK


6 months

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Rose Mosse

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For those seeking a way of living and being beyond what they currently believe is possible: Explore your relationship with fear by doing something you never thought you would.
Is there something you’ve dreamed of doing for a long time, but haven’t? Do you fantasize about performing stand-up comedy, joining a dance-class or relocating to a new place, but you just don’t believe that those are things that ‘you’ would do? Join us to explore who you are, and who you might become, through the doing of something unfamiliar to you. You just might find that the unfamiliar is 'you', too.

Is it for me?

Calling all those with pipe dreams, who wonder ‘what if…?’, who feel both excited and terrified at the thought of doing something out of character. You’re invited to join us.
If you’re reading this with a sense of intrigue and trepidation, then you’re probably who we’re looking for. If you’re ready to get comfortable with the uncomfortable and move beyond the limits you believe you have, then we need your courage and insight. Journey with a group of dreamers, seekers and wayfinders as we explore who we might become and support each other over our individual and collective edges.

Do it to...


Learn about yourself by doing something that seems overwhelming, scary, or out of character, supported by 11 other brave souls.


Fuel your courage by co-creating a space that centres care and accountability for transformation - for yourself and for others.


Integrate parts of you that are unfamiliar, repressed or marginalised in a way that feels joyous and light.

The Journey

12 people. 6 months. Weekly meetups. 1 retreat. 1 showcase. Learning about ourselves in community with others.
This Huddle follows Huddlecraft’s tried and tested journey structure. We'll begin with a collaborative kick-off week, because connectedness and co-creation is integral to the work we’ll do together. Going forward, we’ll gather together online every other week, have Power-Up days to share insights and spur each other on, and self-organise in between as needed. We’ll also co-design a showcase to share our collective and individual journeys. Full journey details are in the information pack which you can request at the bottom of the page.

Your Host

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Hi, I’m Rose. I’m a learning designer, facilitator and coach with a love of holding space for - and bearing witness to - transformation.
I’m fascinated by how people make sense of and locate themselves in the world, and heartened by people who interrogate themselves in order to make things better. I’ve been moulded by and at the whimsy of a narrative of fear for much of my life, and am due a rebellion. Join me.
“Rose is a compassionate, intuitive and powerful force in helping people to achieve both inner and outer transformation.”
Catherine Russell, co-director of PPR @ Nesta


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Register your interest with the Host to receive the information pack. You can also request a phone call and some resources to take to your employer if you think they might be able to (partially or fully) sponsor your place on the programme.

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