Saturday, 20 October 2012

Our own Fear

Biggest hurdle to achieve anything in life is our own fear

“Whether you believe you can or believe you can't, you are right.” – Henry Ford

When we look to achieve our goals we see two main hurdles:
1.     Failure to define our goals.
2.     Our own fear which stop us to take action.

People have three primary fears:
    The fear of success...
                The fear of failure...
                And the fear of the future

Clarity of Vision:

Defining our goals is difficult because with each new day of our lives we change, grow, test things out, make mistakes, and learn something new. So it makes sense that our deepest desires seem unclear, or at least in a constant state of evolution. Having a clear vision is absolutely necessary -- but it typically stirs up a set of emotional roadblocks. These come at us in the form of fears both of failing and of succeeding, 
and in doubts about our own worthiness for success. The fears and doubts make their presence felt in “negative” emotions. We fear that we can't really get what we want, that we will fail because it has proved too difficult in the past, or that we'll never figure out how to get where we want to go.