“Give fear an inch, and it will take a mile.”

Although I’ve twisted a familiar quote here, it’s true that fear often stops us from doing what we really want to do.

But you can forget to be afraid! And one way to do this is to become so engrossed in what you’re doing that the fear melts away.

Kids do this all the time. They become so involved in the activity and the fun of what they are doing, they have no time for fear.

Most of our fears are illusions anyway, so by taking action, having fun and wrestling fear to the ground, we become open to the exciting reality of our lives.

Action – What is one activity that frightens you?

It could be making cold calls, public speaking or talking with the boss.

What can you do to help you get wrapped up in the learning and fun? What needs to happen?

Take responsibility, sort it out and snuff that useless fear.

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