Fear: Our Hidden Bodyguard And Why It Is Dangerous

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How many people are dealing with fear right now? A lot. Fear has no friend. It deals with everyone. Even the CEO of the world’s largest business is feeling it. It knows no title. It does not matter where you work, what you do, how you do it, how long you’ve been doing it, fear is part of the game. It is the toughest battle we face in our lives.

Fear acts like a bodyguard. It is hidden. It is hidden in our inner mind (subconscious mind). That is why it is so difficult to remove. If you allow fear to control you, it will stop you from making progress in life. It will talk you out of your dreams. It will give you all kinds of reasons why your dream is not the right one for you. To cure it, continue with your plans. Don’t accept what you are hearing. It is the hidden voice of fear trying to convince you to stay where you are- your comfort zone.

Fear is comfortable with the status quo. But if you want to explore new plans, new territories, fear will tell you this: “No, it won’t work!” It will come up with lots of reasons why it won’t work. Don’t fall for it. Continue on with your plan. The only thing that can conquer fear is ACTION. Take action. Big action.

Fear has done enough to cripple you. It is your time to cripple fear. The only weapon you have is ACTION. Because with action, fear will leave you alone. It will leave you alone to live your life- your real life, your true life, your dream life.

Remember, fear comes from within. Don’t let fear hold you back. Acknowledge it, and move on.


Fear Is Impersonal

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Fear is impersonal. Fear doesn’t know who you are. Fear is fear. It acts regardless of who you are, where you work, where you live, and whatever it is that you want to achieve in life. Fear is there. Fear will stop you from living your dream, if it can.

Fear acts objectively. Fear wants to make you live, think, look, and act inferior. It cripples dreams. If you give fear a chance, it will cripple your dreams, too.

If you want to deal with fear, you MUST set realistic goals and go after your goals with all you have. Ask yourself, “Do I have what it takes to accomplish my dreams?” If you don’t have the skills, then reevaluate yourself.

The only thing that can put fear where it belongs is ACTION. If you really want to conquer fear, take action. Big action. Because without action, fear will remain.

Take action, fear will leave you alone.