Objective: Do you want a GREAT tip? OK, let me ask you a question, “Why is facing fear just the opposite of building muscle?” Because the more you face your fears, the smaller they get. The more you work on building your muscles, the bigger they get.”
Each time you face something that frightens you, it gets easier and easier. Fear will always be with all of us, but it becomes manageable with practice, and it becomes easier to do each time. It’s when we don’t face our fears that they become bigger and bigger until they overwhelm us or even paralyze us. A true and priceless tip, especially if you want to be successful!
This month we’ll explore the nature of fear in general, your fears in particular, and techniques we can use to combat them.
Facing Fears Exercises
- Make a list of your top ten fears.
- Which of these fears are holding you back from your goals? List any of your fears that could impact your goals and state specifically how they can hinder your progress.
- Choose one fear from above and write down a couple of ways you could “confront it”.
- Confront that fear!
Your workbook will have a complete description of each exercise. Go there to record your answers.