Tuesday, November 11, 2014

3rd of 8 Things to Give Up

Sometimes one can be so afraid of making a mistake that they do nothing BUT make mistakes! My guess is that you already know that to be true from past experience, right?
Sometimes it was due to nervousness when doing something new and not wanting to "mess up", which usually didn't turn out well. Sometimes it was likely even comical.
Now then, on a more serious note, at some point, YOU must give up the fear of failure in your life. At some point in your life, you must become more afraid of "staying where you are" than you are of possible "failure". Remember, there has never been an inventor in history that ever achieved success before they first experienced failure.
The things that we have talked about so far - these first 3 things - are all tied in together. Doubting yourself and your abilities, along with negative thinking will likely cause you to believe the lies associated with such thoughts. And, believing those lies, you will be afraid to take the chance for success - WHATEVER "success" is for you.
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FEAR is "seeded" in doubt. Again, if you are going to doubt anything, doubt your limits. Sure, take the time to do your "homework" before making a decision but, at the same time, be careful not to fall into "paralysis of analysis" and never take action. It's easy to hide behind the, "I'm just being careful!" excuse.
Learn from failure, make adjustments and move forward. If you fall down (fail?), get up, dust yourself off and do it again...and again...and again...and again!
And, as you move forward in the face of fear, be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"


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