Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.
– Henry Ford
Daring ideas are like chessmen moved forward; they may be beaten, but they may start a winning game.
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Are you afraid to dare do new things?
Are you afraid to dare, because you worry, you might make mistakes or wrong choices?
Do you prefer not to make any changes in your life, even if you don’t like what’s happening in your life?
Are you afraid you might fail, or people might ridicule you?
If you do, you are tying yourself with the shackles of fear to your environment and circumstances.
If you want change, you need to dare to make the change. All successful people dared to believe in their dreams and follow them, even if they made mistakes and bad choices. If they failed, they rose up again, until they achieved success.
Do you want to learn a new skill, change your job, start a business, become a life coach, or learn to meditate? You need to dare and act, do things, not remain passive.
Below, there is an excerpt from an article titled, ‘Dare, Don’t Be Afraid to Make Mistakes’.
Don’t worry if you make mistakes. Only people who dare, try, and persevere, complete tasks and achieve success.
It is so comfortable to be passive, make no effort, and stick to the familiar. However, by doing so, we allow external influences shape your life.
Daring, trying new things, and making changes, seem intimidating. It is more comfortable to suffer, complain, and stay in the same place.
Why Daring Is Intimidating?
- You afraid you might make mistakes.
- You are afraid to look ridiculous.
- You want to avoid criticism.
- There is a lack of self-esteem.
- There is a lack of self-confidence.
Click on the link below to read the complete article:
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With a focused mind your attention and mental powers will improve, and you would do everything better, more efficiently, and in less time.
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