What Is Your Deepest Fear?
When I first started my home based business, I would have said my deepest fear is “failure”, or “rejection”. I remember being so scared to pick up the phone to call someone. Then when the phone rang, I would hope no one would answer. I was shaking! 😯 When they did answer, I read my script with a shaky voice and I sounded like I was reading… because I Was!! 😕 Talk about fear! 😯 I kept on doing it, over and over and over, and guess what? I got better at it each time. What I didn’t realize then, is that “you make up in numbers what you lack in skill“, as my friend and mentor Jim Rohn used to say. As I got more skilled, my confidence went up and then I wasn’t scared of the phone anymore, in fact, I was excited to get on the phone each day.
Facing Your Fears
So what is our deepest fear then? As you walk down the entrepreneurial road, you have no choice but to face your fears one step at a time. You soon realize that the thing you feared last month, doesn’t cause you fear today, and the thing you feared two months ago, you are really enjoying! Hmmm, so what is our deepest fear? As Marianne Williamson says in her famous poem titled “Our Deepest Fear”, we soon discover that our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure and we will be very successful!
Me? Afraid of Success?
Did You feel It?
As she said those words, “we are powerful beyond measure“, “your playing small does not serve the world“, “we are all meant to shine“, “let our own light shine“, “we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same“! Wow! 😀 Doesn’t that give you goosebumps?
I hope you will take Marianne Williamson’s words to heart and let your light shine brightly! You will then inspire others to do the same! We will all take part in creating a world where people will come together, one person at a time. Together we can make it happen!
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