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Some fears and insecurities which stop us from moving forward towards our goals?
Fear of failure for one: if we don’t attempt anything, we can’t fail. But we can’t succeed either. I have heard the coach ask his clients to do something which may lead to failure. Letting oneself fail is a good way of learning and growing – and reducing the fear!
Fear of embarrassment, of looking incompetent: Is it about how others see us or being on track with what we want?
Fear of success: Perhaps we feel secretly that our goals are loaded with new responsibilities and that success will bring new stresses or will take us to a level where we do not feel competent.
Fear of the unknown. Clarifying just what this means often takes the punch out of the fear. There is no more bogeyman under the bed! (Phew!)
Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct you and you will call it fate.
“Those who lead purposeful, successful lives do so because they have set up in their mind a clear picture of what they want to create in their lives.”
Dr. Robert Anthony
“Self-belief is the key to the manifestation of potential and performance.”
Do you want to feel better in the new year? The secret?
Gratitude. Think about what you have, not about what you don’t have.
Focus your thoughts on all the good things you have in your relationships, your lifestyle, your work, and your friends. Turning your mind toward what you have and what is going right rather than what is going wrong will transform your attitude and you’ll begin to feel good.
The secret to a happy life is to focus on what you want, not on what you don’t want.
With a little practice, you’ll find this simple practice will make all the difference.
“To grow, you must be willing to let your present and future be totally unlike your past. Your history is not your destiny.”
I want you to ask yourself… What would your life be like if you
had double the level of energy that you have right now?
What could you achieve that you’re not achieving right now?
The business leader…
‘Ask the powerful questions to empower your colleagues to seek powerful solutions.’