It’s so easy to obsess over all the things that could go wrong when you venture outside your comfort zone.
You can “what if” yourself to the brink of madness.
Constantly worrying about stuff that will likely never happen.
Agonizing over things that are only monsters in your head.
So, then … how do you get out of your head?
How do you find the courage to take the risks you must take if you want to grow?
How do you get out of your comfort zone and right into the good stuff?
The secret weapon: Start focusing on what could go right!!!
Once I made this shift personally and professionally, it started to remove the power fear had over me in my life and in my business.
For example, … writing a book is a big dream of mine … yet it’s also so outside my comfort zone. I’m constantly playing the same soundtrack over and over and over again …
And on and on and on and on it goes.
Then … one day I had enough … I knew this was all fear keeping me from my hustle, my dreams, my goals.
The first thing I did was take some action … and starting is a magical thing because fear hates when you take action.
Fear wants you stuck, safe and just the same.
So, action came first … I started writing, outlining, talking to other authors, finding a publisher, researching, etc.
Then, I shifted my inner dialogue and starting obsessing over what could go right, instead of obsessing over what could go wrong. The second I did this, the game was forever changed!!!
I started to play a new soundtrack that was WAY more fun and inspiring …
And on and on and on I could go.
Even if it sounds crazy or feels too big … good … follow that! Keep writing … keep dreaming … keep focusing on what could go right.
Once you’ve got a list … hang that puppy where you can see it every day so you can stay focused when you feel fear starting to creep back in.
So, are you struggling with a decision right now? Are you putting something off because you are afraid?
Maybe instead of worrying so much about what could go wrong … you start focusing on what could go right!
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