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Three Steps to Overcoming Fear, Part 2

Published on 11/19/2014
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As promised in my previous Press Release on overcoming fear, this is Part 2.  I hope you remembered to the first point about stopping the habit of making up stuff to worry about.  This habit of worrying is a Huge factor in our fear mentality.
Now let us look at the second step to help us overcome fear.  The second step is commit to what matters.  Now that word "commit" can truly be game changer for us if we understand what is really involved.  The word commit is an action word which means "to bind or obligate, as by pledge or assurance".  That carries the idea of persevering against whatever may come our way.  Let's face it, fears do come our way.  And fears are uncomfortable, and maybe even painful at times, for fear drills into our very being that we are about to experience a negative outcome.  And I don't know anyone that likes to have negative outcomes.

But think about this, when we truly commit to something, we fight against whatever odds may come our way.  You say, "well that depends".  Let's look at a simple example of what I am saying.  I am a parent, and I love my children.  When they were infants and  young children, they were very demanding of my time and attention for seeing that their needs were met.  That meant many a sleep-starved night of feedings, diaper changing, and watching over them when they were sick.  Sure I was tired much of time and sure I was afraid of not making the right decisions even as they grew up, but my commitment to them far outweighed my needs, desires or fears.  The commitment is what makes us forget about what "might" happen, the commitment is what keeps us moving forward, and the commitment is what makes us face our fears, know our goal (whatever it may be) is greater than our fears.  

Let  your commitment to success help you overcome whatever the fears are in your life.  You and your family deserve it.

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