11/5/2018 2 Comments
Fear of Failure
Do you have goals but feel stuck when you think about trying to reach them? Do you start projects that go unfinished? Do you leave important conversations unsaid because you don't want to deal with the conflict or the fallout? Do you hold back on sharing your creations because you are a "perfectionist?" Behind all of these questions lurk a sneaky but powerful beast: the Fear of Failure.
Here's the irony: The only way to TRULY fail is to give in to the Fear of Failure. And some of us might be doing this without even realizing that we are doing it. Why? Because the Fear of Failure masquerades as many other less-evil-seeming motivations. When Fear of Failure is in disguise, we might not even make it to the first Big A--Awareness--because we are convinced that we are dealing with something else. Can you relate to any of these?
1/8/2019 04:18:07 pm
This topic is better to discuss with teenagers who are about to face struggles in life more. This is one of the best topics we can have for those graduating students who will be facing the corporate industry. There is always an opportunity in front of us. We should not be afraid to try new and thrilling ideas for this we can learn and be wiser. We should not fear things that is not yet happening to us for this will really paralyze us.
4/5/2019 02:11:50 am
Do not fear to fail because it is the stepping stone in order to learn. I agree with that, in fact, before going to the top, you really have to fall many times. In that way, you can find the hint and the right strategy on how to climb up, perfectly. Do not be afraid of failing, but afraid the possibility of not learning while failing. If you are not learning in the failures you have done, everything you sacrificed for is being useless.
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