Determination vs Fear - Which Will You Choose?

With determination, and perseverance, you will be able to get rid of your fears.

Have you gone to do something and told yourself you'll give it a go, at the same time thinking you won't be able to do it. Basically you've put the kibosh on it before you even got started!

Did you realize that most of your fears you have created yourself? You have caused these by thinking a negative outcome to whatever you decide to do.

If you can cause this fear in yourself, does it make sense that you can also stop it? I think so! How can you do this? By realizing you are imagining failure before you have even tried.

Think about this for a minute. Surely, if fear is created by your imagination, when you replace thoughts of failure with thoughts of a successful outcome, the fear will be gone.

When you discipline your mind, you allow yourself to achieve much more than you may think you are capable of. When there is something you really want to achieve, you have to be willing to take a chance, even though you may be afraid.

If you don't take the risk, the opportunity may be gone forever.

Much depends on how you see yourself. What type of person do you feel you are? Do you believe you don't do a very good job at things you attempt?

Whatever the answer is, it is your own thoughts that make you the way you are. This means that with determination, and perseverance, you can change.

How to get rid of fear? Re-program your mind, by feeding it positive information about your ability. Focus totally on what you can, and will, achieve. This will enable you to become successful in the way you have always longed.

How can you know you will fail if you never make the attempt?

Remember, your thoughts make your reality. Think yourself into greatness! You just have to believe this is possible,

and make it so!

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