By Carla B.
Even though one may say they are not a fearful person, do they NOT do things because they feel failure is inevitable? If so, that sounds a lot like FEAR. Where do you think the concept of NO FEAR came from?
“I’m NOT afraid of FAILING, why would you think that?”
This is a common response when I suggest to people who are shy of stepping up and taking action/control over their life. These type of individuals explain that they aren’t really thinking about failure; they are only aware of a vague sense of fear just before they are about to take some action…??
Nonetheless, let me break down for you why the fear of taking action is always a fear of failure and what you can do about it.
WHEN YOU START CHALLENGING YOUR FEARS AND GETTING UNCOMFORTABLE IN YOUR LIFE, CHANGE HAPPENS.
Do you have a desire to change the world or an eagerness to do something that you wouldn’t dare say aloud? Does it make you uncomfortable?
Well folks, just DO IT!
DO it NOW and please do not fear because those 4 letters >>> F-E-A-R (False Expectations Appearing Real) can and WILL hold you back from the life you were DESTINED to have if you allow it.
So with that being said…I will end with this:
ALLOW YOURSELF TO TRANSFORM. CHANGE IS ABOUT DOING, WHEREAS TRANSMUTATION, SOON FOLLOWS.
Helpful tips on overcoming the fear of failure:
Many of our unhelpful thought processes and compulsions are to repeat self-destructive acts that may have been etched into our unconscious minds. These need to be addressed at that level. Moreover, while conscious intention to think positively focuses attention in a new direction and can be a powerful aid… assistance may also be necessary to tackle ‘what lies beneath’. – #FoodforThought
Once you recognize the source of the fear, the solution is simple. Eliminate the faulty beliefs and recondition your mind, body and soul.
Please share your thoughts and questions in the comment section below on how and why the fear of failure is the major reason people fail to take action and how that fear can be easily eliminated. — #Namaste