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Conquer Your Fears MRR Ebook

Conquer Your Fears MRR Ebook
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One of the worst things that can happen in your life is to immobilize yourself towards self-growth because of your fears. Everybody will come to face this challenge at one point in our lives. Fear can prevent you from making rational decisions. You can do something about it. You do not have to feel that way towards your fears. Recognizing all of your fears is the first step to conquering it and starts your journey towards self-improvement. This recognition will help you deal with this unpleasant sensation.

Among the reasons why you are unable to successfully face your fears is the unwillingness to look at it closely. You will fail to fully recognize the factors which create and fuels your fear because of the sensations associated with it. Some may think that examining it closely will intensify this agonizing feeling.

If you take a look at them closely, you will be able to deal with them appropriately.

The first thing is to ask yourself what exactly are you afraid of and why. You can also determine the source of your fear by evaluating yourself and even by seeking the help of professionals. You would have to devote some time to this and you will find the answer that you are looking for along the way.

Make a Decision

“You can conquer almost any fear if you will only make up your mind to do so. For remember, fear doesn't exist anywhere except in the mind. ”

Dale Carnegie

Once you have identified and examined your fears, you now have to decide. You have to make a decision with regards to what you want to do with your fears. You basically have two choices, deal with it or ignore it. Of course, choosing to conquer your fears will help you reach your full potential and achieve your goals.

When you have identified this goal, you need to commit yourself into doing it. This may seem very simple but a lot of individuals are having a hard time fully committing to it which causes them to fall back to their old fearful self. When you make a decision, you have to act on it. The most common problem is that individuals simply think about it. Sometimes, they give up at the first sight of problems.

Avoid thinking of what might happen in the future. Deal with sticking to your decision first. Commit yourself and you will reap the fruits of your labor in the future. Remember, the only person that can let you down is yourself. You need to go through it and prepare yourself as to the bad and good things which may happen along the way. Think of it as something you really want and strive to achieve it.

Take One Step at a Time

“Do the thing you tear to do and keep on doing it...that is the quickest and surest way ever yet discovered to conquer fear."

Facing your fears does not necessarily mean that you have to start with a grand gesture. You can actually take it slowly. Since you already know what your fears are, you can break it down to manageable pieces. Though you always have to take note of your long term goals, it will be a lot easier to achieve it if you deal with it in manageable portions. Deal with the first step and focus on it. Once you are done then you can move head on with the others.

Consider Your Fears as Growth Opportunities

“Confront your fears, list them, get to know them, and only then will you are able to put them aside and move ahead.’’

When you have lived half of your life, would you like to look back at your memories and keep on wondering what if you did weren’t too scared during that time? Do you want to feel regretful, thinking that you could have done a lot better in life if you have just faced your fears? Do not wait too long before you realize that you should conquer your fears.

One great technique to help you out in overcoming your fears is by taking these unpleasant feelings as opportunities for you to grow as a person. If you look at it that way, you are likely to explore some of the great benefits associated with it.

Begin this by creating a list of the benefits which you can have if you face your fears. This will provide you with a quick look of the great opportunities which you surely would not want to miss out. Include in your list the possible outcomes if you face your fears. Imagine what your life would be if you face your fears. Lastly, what do you need to give up by facing your fears?

These are just a few of the questions which you should answer when making this list. This will give you an overview of what you will be missing out if you continue living in fear. This should also serve as a form of motivation to help you with your fight towards overcoming your fear. Always remember, you will have tremendous personal growth if you face your fears and you will have more opportunities in life which will lead you to the road of success.

Take a Breather

As mentioned earlier, your body will exhibit signs whenever you feel fearful of something. These include rapid heartbeat, over sweating, difficulty breathing and many more. If you are flooded with these sensations, it is important for you to take a breather.

If you are up to give your public speech, your company presentation, exams or even transferring to your new home, you need to take a break and put yourself back together. Taking on your fears without properly conditioning yourself will lead you to end up with unwanted results. These sensations will hinder you from making the right decision.

Walk away for a couple of minutes, 15 minutes or so will be great. Take deep breaths, think of happy thoughts and tell yourself that you can do it. Once you have pacified and completely calmed down yourself, you will be able to think logically and make the right decisions as to how you will take on the particular challenge which is also greatly associated with your fear.