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Author Topic: Putting Fear In Its Place  (Read 528 times)

Radhika

Putting Fear In Its Place
« on: May 26, 2009, 01:06:55 PM »
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As you move forward on your journey from where you are to where you want to be, you are going to have to confront some of your fears. Fear is a just a natural part of living.
Whenever you start a new project, take on a new venture, or put yourself out there, there's usually some fear involved. Unfortunately, most people let fear stop them from taking the necessary steps to achieve their dreams.

Confronting your fears is a very necessary step in achieving success.
There is simply no other way.
Fear can be a helpful emotion, as it tells you when you need to be extra careful, keenly aware, and cautious. Fear is not an emotion that is telling you to stop. In fact, it's telling you just the opposite!
Acknowledging your feelings of fear helps you know when you are stepping out of your comfort zone. It points your awareness to areas where you could improve and grow.

Successful people also feel fear. Yet they don't let it get in the way of anything they want to do--or have to do. They understand that fear is something to be acknowledged, experienced, and taken along for the ride. They have learned, as author Susan Jeffers suggests in her must-read book, to "Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway®."
Fear is more of a signal that we should stay alert and cautious. We can feel fear, but we can still move forward anyway.
Think of fear as a 2-year-old child who doesn't want to go grocery shopping with you. Because you must buy groceries, you'll just have to take the two year old with you. Fear is no different. In other words, acknowledge that fear exists but don't let it keep you from doing important tasks.

Also realize that so many of our fears are self-created. We might frighten ourselves by fantasizing negative outcomes to any activity we might peruse or experience. Luckily, because we are the ones doing the fantasizing, we are also the ones who can stop the fear and bring ourselves into a state of clarity and peace by facing the actual facts, rather than giving in to our imaginations.
If a fear is too great for you to overcome, try breaking it down into smaller challenges.

As you move toward your goal, don't attach yourself so much to the outcomes.
Trust that no matter what occurs, you are smart enough and strong enough to keep looking for, and attracting, opportunities.
If you are willing to try new experiences in spite of your fears, then more new experiences will present themselves for you to try. And the more you try, the more you are likely to succeed!


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Putting Fear In Its Place
« on: May 26, 2009, 01:06:55 PM »

Aafreen

Re: Putting Fear In Its Place
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2009, 04:30:48 PM »
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What a Nice sharing Jaya, Very perfect.  :applause:

Its so true, that,  the more you try, the more you are likely to succeed.

Raagini

Re: Putting Fear In Its Place
« Reply #2 on: May 26, 2009, 04:40:47 PM »
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good sharing honeyrose

Radhika

Re: Putting Fear In Its Place
« Reply #3 on: May 26, 2009, 05:08:46 PM »
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Thank So Much Aafreen

Thank You Shikha...

 :)

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Re: Putting Fear In Its Place
« Reply #3 on: May 26, 2009, 05:08:46 PM »

 

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