Fear is a primitive instinct that served us as cave dwellers and today. Fear keeps us alive, because if we survive a bad experience, we never forget how to avoid it in the future. Our most vivid memories are born in Fear.
What does wealth mean to you?” Does money mean freedom from ever worrying about money again? Does money mean the ability to do things you want to do when you want to do them? Does money mean being able to comfortably provide for your family and loved ones, or the power to create a legacy of which you can always be proud?
Many of our problems whether in business, relationships or daily life spring from clinging to the past. By enjoying the discomfort of change, we open ourselves up to see things from a new perspective, and to be happier while doing it. Remember the subtle advice of George Santayana who said, “To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.”
Our days and even relationships are one pity party after another to the point that we cannot imagine our life exempt of the goals we once had. Good memories that challenged us fall into the abyss.
We all have moments of doubt. The challenge is not to remain stuck there. We do not have any power over the past. We can use it however, as a springboard to a highly successful life and relationship. What are you going to do about it?
We live in an age where our lives are often punctuated by disasters, through moments when what we were certain we knew of our lives, of our relationships, meets a threatening truth. we're captivated by a state of unnecessary whining, in which absolutely everyone takes a small portion of you. You then develop
We work hard for the things we truly believe in. Life often has other plans. Leaving us in its wake replete with doubt. We become empowered with such fear that pity compels us to feel it’s just not worth the pain to go after your dreams. Take these steps.