Fear From Fear
People often tell me that they want to be free from fear. They believe that in order to achieve their dream, they must have no doubt. Guess what? If we are serious about achieving our dreams, we will never be completely free from fear. Fear is an indication that we are up to something big. When fear starts talking, it means that we have come to the edge of the reality that we know and we are ready to step into our next stage of possibility and good.
Mastery means knowing how to manage the fear. This is why having a dream that you love is vital. When fear starts talking, you remind yourself of your dream by imagining yourself living the life that you love while generating the emotions of happiness and gratitude. As you practice this daily, you harness the strength and persistence necessary to boldly walk toward your goal even when you feel afraid or awkward. Your passion for you dream will give you the ability to courageously take that next step and the one after that and the one after that because deep down you know that the reward on the other side of the fear is sweet beyond belief.
This week, when those old voices of doubt and apprehension start talking, take out your written dream, read it, imagine it, feel it and know that in this moment you are bigger and bolder than any fear. Know that you are fully sourced with everything you need to take your next step toward living the life that you love.
Here’s to Mastery,
PS: I want to share with you a wonderful opportunity. Because of my work with Mary, I am able to offer you a friends and family discount for the phenomenal 2 1/2 day training, Making a Million Look Small in Los Angeles March 22-24. You can go to this website to learn all about it; http://
Then come back and register on my special link to get your friends and family discount.
I will be there too! So, let me know that you are coming to I can make sure to meet you and congratulate you for making a great choice for you! See you in LA.
PSS- Going to be in the Austin area? Then join me at Unity of Georgetown for the Sunday service and my workshop, “Dream Big, Dream Bold” Sunday afternoon. I look forward to seeing you there.