In the 18 years I’ve been consulting business owners and individuals, I’ve observed fear is the biggest foe to progress. How you honor and challenge fear is what changes cessation to progression.
Let’s make progress, together.
Fear is Anything Causing You to Second-Guess Yourself.
Kick the thought of touchy-feely B.S. talk to the curb. You have some amount of fear in you. If you believe you don’t, you’re lying, and I kindly request you close this window and go about your day.
For the purpose of this post, fear is anything causing you to second-guess yourself and/or decisions.
Fear exists in all of us. The only difference is to what degree we experience it at.
Every Business Owner – New & Seasoned – Experiences Fear.
Fear is a powerful motivator. It’s also a sturdy anchor. Nearly every decision made envelopes some amount of anxiety. That’s called being human. As more decisions and progress towards an aspiration or goal is made, the degree of fear makes its presence be known less and less.
However, new goals creep in and with new goals comes new fears. That’s the life of a business owner, new and seasoned.
Same Fears, Different Perspective.
Every person I work with share their fears and aspirations with me. A good amount of what one client shares is similar to what several others have shared only from a different perspective.
Why is it people don’t discuss their fears and aspirations openly? We all have them and very often they’re similar to someone else’s.
Create Possibilities for Others.
What do you wish you knew then that you know now? How many decisions did you make then that were based on fear you wish you didn’t make?
People learn best when reading or listening to stories. So tell your story. By sharing your goals and fears you act as
Will You Help?
The emotions you have right now are a combination of fear and invigoration – you feel as if you don’t want your fears to be known to the world but, you want to see others succeed. Right? How do you balance the two?
Let’s talk. That’s it. You and me. Let’s have a conversation.
I want to hear what you have to say and then decide, with you, how to proceed. I want you to be in this book. I want to honor your thoughts. A conversation may be all we have, but then again, maybe you find that what you share is worth stepping into the fear to help others.
Will you help other business owners be better?
How to Help Yourself and Others.
By discussing your fears and aspirations with a non-judgmental third-party a transformation that takes to your psyche. By talking, you’ll have a kick of inspiration (one that you may be looking for to get your ass going).