June 8, 2015 Rodney Cowled

How to Overcome Fear & Live Your Dreams

You’ve heard the old adage; do something every day that scares you.

It’s an inspirational one, and a great step to take if you want to grow.

Often, we become so comfortable with where we are that we forget to try new things. Perhaps you don’t forget you’re just too afraid to try something different. Why? Maybe you’re worried of what people might think, or you’re afraid that you might fail.

You could be right, though you might be wrong too.

Perhaps, the most amazing aspect of this ethos is that you can never complete it. Though at the same time you can also complete it every day.

It grows every day, as you grow – What once scared you, is now easy.

What you once thought was impossible, is now an everyday activity. 

Your nightmare-ish goals you might seem small to others, but to you, it’s a hurdle, a mountain that must be overcome. A somewhat insurmountable Goliath, that stands between you and where you dream to be.

Fortunately, it doesn’t have to stay that way – The ability to conquer, to slay the dragon, to knock down Goliath, lives within you.

Also, you don’t have to conquer it in just one single giant-sized step. You can do it through a series of smaller, fear-conquering steps.

Overcome your giant, one small rock at a time.

Take just one step towards the goal each day. As you do, the giant will become a just “oversized”, then regular-sized, then small and finally so small that you’ll step right over it in one victorious stride.

It’s obvious, isn’t it? You can do it – Move Over Fear.

You know deep down that you can, and it’s not the giant that’s stopping you, it’s the fear of the giant. Overcome each goal, one small step at a time and you’ll look back and wonder why you didn’t start earlier.

What giant are you going to conquer, Today?


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