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Push Past Your Biggest Anxieties And Act

Here’s something you might want to consider tattooing on your forehead: What we fear doing most is usually what we most need to do, says productivity guru Tim Ferriss.

To do or not to do? To try or not to try? Most people will vote no, whether they consider themselves brave or not. Uncertainty and the prospect of failure can be very scary noises in the shadows, and most people will choose unhappiness over uncertainty. For years, I set goals, made resolutions to change direction — nothing came of either. I was just as insecure and scared as the rest of the world.

The simple solution came to me accidentally in 2004. At that time, I had more money than I knew what to do with — and I was completely miserable. I had no time and was working myself to death. I had started my own company, only to realize it would be nearly impossible to sell. Oops. I felt trapped and stupid at the same time. “I should be able to figure this out,” I thought. Why am I such an idiot? Why can’t I make this work? What’s wrong with me? The truth was, nothing was wrong with me.

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  1. Great post. I grew being taught to push pass my fears. As a kid my biggest fear was a wooden bridge between my house and my cousins house. We played under the bridge all day totally fearless of the snakes, critters and shadows, but at night I could not bear to cross the bridge alone. Coming home past sunset one night I could see the house lights on and smell supper on the table. I yell for my dad, I cried I got mad and finally being cold and hungry I lit out across that bridge and I don’t thing my feet ever touched the wooden planks. I never faced a fear greater than that in my life.

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