What Does Fear Have To To With Our Success?
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What Does Fear Have To To With Our Success?

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We when encounter fear our whole body and mind changes drastically to challenge that obstacle we have just encounter regardless of what we are up against. Think of the times you have encounter fear ...

We when encounter fear our whole body and mind changes drastically to challenge that obstacle we have just encounter regardless of what we are up against. Think of the times you have encounter fear and how you put up your guards to protect yourself from that fear or you ran away from it, but you did react to in a different manner. Fear has the ability to hold us back, for the simple reason it takes full control over our emotions and mind.

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What Does Fear Have To To With Our Success? What Does Fear Have To To With Our Success? Presentation Transcript

  • What has Fear have to do with our Success?
  • Fear is an obstacle that has the ability to hold you back from what ever it is you set out to accomplish in life. Is fear really an emotional state of your mind or is it something else.
  • Most of us create this illusion that we do not have what it takes to move on with our lives. But actually fear is a motivator; that we did not even know, until we encounter that fear.
  • Most of us create this illusion that we do not have what it takes to move on with our lives. But actually fear is a motivator; that we did not even know, until we encounter that fear.
  • We when encounter fear our whole body and mind changes drastically to challenge that obstacle we have just encounter regardless of what we are up against.
  • Think of the times you have encounter fear and how you put up your guards to protect yourself from that fear or you ran away from it, but you did react to in a different manner. Fear has the ability to hold us back, for the simple reason it takes full control over our emotions and mind.
  • Emotions of Fear!
  • Fear often interferes with our ability to live more fulfilling lives. Fear is the critical voice in our head saying: "You'll never succeed, so why try?” Fear makes us listen to those voices and give up before we've even started.
  • So how do we handle our fears and over come them so they do not hold us back from success. Don't beat yourself up over mistakes you've made in the past and being fearful of starting new relationships, jobs etc. That gets you nowhere. Call a mistake an "opportunity for learning" and seek the learning in every "mistake".
  • When we let fear rule our lives, we miss out on opportunities and leads us to dismiss people and situations that could help us reach our goals. Fear comes in different guises and different forms procrastination for example. Learning how to deal with fear is your first step to overcome fear.
  • Here are a few key points that will help you deal with your fears learning and be able to handle is the first step in over coming some of your fears.
  • Get to know your fears
  • Get to know the source of your fears
  • Step into the things we fear
  • Make the negative flow stop
  • Enlighten all-Financial obligations
  • Providing for our loved ones
  • This list can grow beyond our belief, with all kinds of fears we face.
  • Logically, to overcome your fears, you have to be aware of their existence first. Once you learn what fears you have and why they have an effect on your performance you will be able to overcome them, one at a time…
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