How to Move Past Fear and Procrastination
HI! David here…
Have you ever felt the devastating power of fear and anxiety in your own life?
(If the word “fear” doesn’t resonate with you, you can replace it with “procrastination” or “complacency.”)
Think about something you want to do. Whatever it is, you’ve probably wanted to do it for a long time.
But fear (or procrastination) stops you…
It keeps you bound to a limited life you don’t deserve.
It keeps you totally stuck… as if you’re paralyzed.
You want to move forward, but you can’t move at all.
The fear (or procrastination) causes you to not take consistent, confident action towards everything that you want to achieve.
Have you ever experienced that?
If so, then you probably have faith in the wrong things. Your faith is being misdirected… like lightning that is not being properly channeled.
Right now, you have more faith in the FEAR (or anxiety or procrastination) than you do in your vision for what you want.
You see… everybody already has some measure of faith.
We all use “faith” every single day. (We couldn’t get through life without it.)
It takes a measure of faith for you to cross the street.
It takes faith for you to write a check or charge a purchase to your credit card (you’re trusting that the money, or the credit will be there).
It takes faith for you to go out on a date with someone, or get married. (You don’t know what will happen. You’re trusting that something good will happen.)
No matter what you do in life — take a new job, start a business, or create something — you’re using a certain measure of faith.
You don’t know how the action will turn out, but on some level you’re trusting that it will work.
Here’s the problem:
Most of the “faith” we have is based on the “knowledge” we’ve been stockpiling our whole life. That knowledge comes from all the experiences we’ve had up until now.
All of that has created a certain level of faith that you’ve been following on a regular basis.
If you want to get to a place where fear, anxiety, and procrastination no longer control your thinking, actions, and results… then you’ve got to build a new kind of faith, one based on deep understanding of universal truths.
So, tell me, what do you have faith in?
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