Highlights on The Fear of Failure

Perhaps the biggest mistake you can make is to be afraid of making a mistake. What is the worst that can happen? In most cases, it will be less. Don’t be afraid to say “I was wrong.” “I was wrong”
You can make fun of your ego and feel a little embarrassed, but people will respect your openness, your honesty and your willingness to admit that you are not infallible and that you can make mistakes. They will appreciate your willingness to accept responsibility. An unusual feature
Who does not make mistakes? What is the worst that can happen in most cases? Your idea did not work? Did your additional efforts not work as expected?
And so? You may have learned valuable lessons along the way. Failure can be the best teacher of all.
Never be afraid to try, stretch, suggest new ways of doing things or new ideas.
Too many people are so worried about the possible consequences of a mistake that they will miss an opportunity instead of taking a risk.
They will stagnate instead of seeking improvements. They will remain silent instead of talking about an idea of ​​improvement. If their ancestors were afraid of change, challenges, failures, we could still light fires by hitting two stones together.
Most of us anticipate failure instead of success.
We avoid trying because we fear humiliation or pain. We fear and worry about what others may think if we even try, very bad if we fail.
Fear of what others think is often a key factor in stopping you.
The sad truth is that most people don’t think of you or me as much as we think. In fact, many do not think of us at all.
Most are too busy worrying about themselves and what they want or don’t have. They have too many goals, problems and questions to worry about, so they spend most of their time thinking about you.
So, I ask you, why do you care what most people think or think about you?
The fear of failure, of others, of ridicule, only exists in your mind at this stage. By fearing these things even before trying, you create the negativity you expect. You are laying the foundations of fear. Build a reserve of reasons you can count on to convince him not to try.
By allowing your actions to be controlled in some way by your fear of what others may think of you, you directly allow those people to control your actions.
You give them power over you. Never do that!
You stop Your career is influenced by these people. Your life is influenced by what you think these people will think of you.
This is serious
You may be preventing it from growing, going to a higher level of personal ability.
His fear of what others think may be one of the most important reasons he never reaches the level he is capable of. Think about it.
But think of the source of most of these fears. You. Your mind In many cases, you are the problem.
Yes, in some cases people will despise you publicly. They will ask you questions and ask you out loud who you think can do a better job, suggest improvements, become management materials or one of the other 100 things. They want to hold you back.
Do not let them leave you.
Challenge mediocrity by challenging these people. True leaders, those who seek excellence, those whose opinions have to worry, do not think that way.
Also remember that many of those people who care so much about you, admit it or not, are people who have done nothing or very little in their lives. His achievements are mediocre at best.
Let me also give you a tip. Most will not want to see you get ahead. They will not appreciate your reader.
They will not support your efforts to improve. The majority will be jealous. They will see you try to improve and feel worse about themselves. It makes little sense but it’s true.
Be careful to listen to these people. They will often tell you why you cannot do things and that if they have good intentions or interest, the result may be the same. They will feed your fears and provide you with more reasons not to try, not give up or calm down.
Also, be very careful who asks for advice or suggestions. People often ask for advice and seek the approval of others.

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