Every person has some type of fear inside of them. You may be worried or scared about performing well at work. Or you may be afraid that you have developed a serious illness. These are all solid fears but it is the way in which you handle them that counts.
While it can be difficult to face your fears head on, you can still attempt to deal with them bit by bit. If you are concerned about your job performance, start looking for ways to improve this. Maybe you need to learn a new skill or just have more confidence in what you do. We are born with only two fears. The fear of loud noises and the fear of falling. Every other fear is developed in our minds through either our own experiences or through the fears of others. If your parents are fearful of certain things this pattern will be passed down to you. In a sense a lot of our fears are not our own. They’ve been merely put there through what we see or hear. There are many ways to combat your fear – one of which is to build your confidence for self – assurance.
When you start to feel more confident others will also see you as more confident. A good way to increase your confidence level is by thinking positively each day. Try using positive affirmations to help you reach your goals. Each morning repeat these affirmations until you truly believe them. We can change our posture which in turn changes our physiology which in turn changes our state of feeling.
Being fearless means that you will not allow any fear to get the better of you or hold you back. Instead you take steps to learn how to deal with these issues and look for ways to work around them. Sometimes talking to another person about your fears can be a huge help. You may discover that they have fears as well.
While everyone loves to be known as fearless there are times when being fearless is not good. If you begin to act in a reckless manner you could injure yourself or others around you. There is a fine line between being scared to do something and downright doing something which would be considered foolish. Being fearful isn’t a bad thing when it’s a logical fear. Fear is part of our makeup to keep us safe and protected. Sometimes we need to give into our fears, but if our fears create obstacles to our positive growth personally or professionally, it needs to be eradicated completely.
The best way to conquer any fear is to tackle it slowly, over a period of time. Try to do things that are a little out of your comfort zone so you can push your limits. As you achieve each goal then you should feel proud of what you have just accomplished. Utilising a Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner to remove your fears through specialised techniques is rewarding and empowering. By reprogramming how we think, see and perceive things we are freed up for more positive outcomes and behaviours.
If you apply NLP processes to your life you will discover that your fears aren’t as strong as they once were. Plus your convictions and beliefs will be stronger and this will help you become a more successful person.
There is nothing wrong in having any type of fear. You just do not want this fear to overtake your life. Instead set yourself small challenges which will help you overcome your fear and allow you to lead the life you really want to. Find a good NLP Practitioner to assist you with your mindset change. You deserve to release all that is not serving you to be all that you can be!