3 Myths of Fear

3 myths of fear.Fear.  Does it get in your way?  Do you believe the myths of fear?

Those myths keep you stuck.  Fear becomes the jailor of your life, not the friend it pretends to be.

If you want to get to the other side of fear, you need to know the myths of fear.  Let’s talk about the 3 big ones in this week’s Thriveology Podcast.

Will you get rid of your fears?  No.  But that isn’t the goal, and isn’t even necessary.

It IS necessary to understand the myths, and then move beyond the fears the the life you want and deserve.

New Series: The Other Side of Fear

The Other Side of Fear.We start a new series for Thriveology Podcast:  The Other Side of Fear.

Over the years, countless clients have said the same thing.  First, they would tell me of some dream, some goal, some hope, they wanted to attain.  I would then ask, “Why haven’t you started?”

And the answer was always the same, “I’m too scared to start.”

They wanted to stop feeling fear.

My goal was a bit different.  It was to get them to be able to say, “I’m scared, AND I am getting started.”

Fear.  It is one of those inevitables of life.  Many people assume that there is some group of people out there who are successful BECAUSE they have no fear.  In reality, successful people have gotten there DESPITE their fears.

They have the same fears that everyone does.  They have simply taken the next step, and begun to act.

Let’s take a look at the other side of fear, where all your dreams are!

Change 1 Thing

Change 1 thing.  Just one.Change.  Not a favorite of many people.  Life is constantly changing, but that doesn’t mean people like change.

When people decide to change:  lose weight, exercise, get out of debt, or some other worthy goal — suddenly, they want to turn everything upside-down.

Which lasts for a few days.  But many times, they return to right were they were.  No real change.  Just lots of energy.

There is a better way.

Let me be clear — there are times, due to health or finances or a relationship, where you have to turn everything around at once.  But for everyday life, there is a better approach.

Change just 1 thing.

Learn why in this week’s podcast.