The 100 Day Reality Challenge

"What Am I Afraid Of?"
1. I am afraid that if I do want I want to do for a living, then my family and friends might think I am a joke or disapprove and then if I fail to generate income and success, then I will feel like a looser.
2. I am afraid that my income won’t be consistent enough and I will not be able to pay my bills on time.
3. I am afraid of running out of money and being broke.
4. I am afraid of taking a job and wasting my time working on things I don’t care about instead of making a living doing something fulfilling.
5. I am afraid my family and friends will think that I never did anything significant or great with my life.
6. I am afraid that if I get into a project, I might waist my time doing it all wrong from the start and then have to throw it all away and start over.
7. I am afraid when I start reading a book that I wont have the follow through to finish reading it.
8. I am afraid that I wont retain all that I am learning and then I wont be able to benefit from it in the future or share it with others who need the information.
9. I am afraid that everyone else my age, and people I went to high school with are living fulfilling, prosperous, lives and I am still just trying to get a grasp on my life’s purpose.
10. I am afraid that if I try to write a book, that I am not smart enough, or educated enough, and that my grammar is not good enough and it will be rejected so it wont help anyone.
11. I am afraid to confront people so I let them walk all over me.
12. I am afraid that if I give an opportunity a chance, that it might be a waist of my time and money.
13. I am afraid that if I try to sell something that the buyer might think I am not trying to help them and that I am just trying to trick them into spending their money.
14. I am afraid that all my years of studying and practicing song writing, and music writing, and singing, and musical performance, and recording and production might have been a waist of time.
15. I am afraid that my friends will ultimately have the opinion that I am not a good human being because I would rather be alone with myself then be involved with their lives.

B. Then make a list of your fears and select the one that you think holds you back the most.
C. With your biggest fear in mind, write the answers to these three questions:
1. How does this fear hold me back in life?
2. How does it help me? Or how has it helped me in the past?
3. What would be my payoff for eliminating this fear all together?

FEAR #1 “I am afraid that if I do want I want to do for a living, then my family and friends might think it is a joke or disapprove and then if I fail to generate income and success and go broke, then I will loose everything and feel like a looser and everyone will think I am a looser.”
1. How does this fear hold me back in life?
A: This fear has kept me working on business projects even if I did not enjoy them, so at least I thought other people would approve of them, so that even if I didn’t succeed, at least other people would think that I was a victim of circumstance because when I explained my self it sounded like I was doing the right thing.
2. How does it help me? Or how has it helped me in the past?
A: I stuck with things even when the going got tough instead of just giving up right away.
3. What would be my payoff for eliminating this fear all together?
A: I will begin doing what I REALLY want to do and build a fulfilling career in whatever interests me. I will have a true labor of love. I will stop caring if it makes sense or not to other people and just do what I believe in. I will put in many more hours, and do much higher quality work when I love what I do which will create much more success for me ultimately.

FEAR #2 “I am afraid of taking a job and wasting my time working on things I don’t care about instead of making a living doing something fulfilling.”
1. How does this fear hold me back in life?
A: I am a bit close-minded and don’t explore foreign opportunities that may lead me to some very fulfilling opportunity as a result. I waist time sitting around asking the question “What do I want to do? Internally, instead of going OUT to explore the entire unknown possibilities and opportunities, and I loose out on learning and meeting powerful and influential people that may help me in my purpose.
2. How does it help me? Or how has it helped me in the past?
A: I have had enough integrity to not take and hold a job that I hated, or that I felt was a waist of my time.
2. What would be my payoff for eliminating this fear all together?
A: I still wouldn’t end up in a dead end opportunity because I know I have more integrity then that. I am too true to my hearts desire to ever give in and get stuck doing something I didn’t want to do. I would just quit. So if I eliminated my fear of getting stuck in a job I don’t want, then I would probably be more open to conversation with people in other fields that I am not interested in, which would lead to some discovery, education, networking, and new positive prosperous relationships.

FEAR #3 “I am afraid that everyone else my age, and people I went to high school with are living fulfilling, prosperous, lives and I am still just trying to get a grasp on my life’s purpose.”
1. How does this fear hold me back in life?
A: It make me feel like a looser. It gives me a negative self-view.
2. How does it help me? Or how has it helped me in the past?
A: It motivated me to be extreme, unconventional, and go for anything I want to do.
3. What would be my payoff for eliminating this fear all together?
A: I would gain a lot of emotional freedom, and a much more positive feeling about myself, my position in life, and my direction.

FEAR #4 “I am afraid that if I try to sell something that the buyer might think I am not trying to help them and that I am just trying to trick them into spending their money.”
1. How does this fear hold me back in life?
A: I get this horrible energy in my voice and attitude when I am trying to recommend something to someone and I really believe it is what they need, I feel like I cant communicate how important it is to them, I ge the feeling that they will just blow it off as tho I am trying to sell them for a quick buck when in reality I might not even make any money on it, I really just believe it will help them.
3. How does it help me? Or how has it helped me in the past?
A: I am a very low-pressure sales man, I allow people to make their own choices, which is very respectful of the relationship.
4. What would be my payoff for eliminating this fear all together?
A: I could communicate with much greater confidence, and I could almost “insist” without being high-pressure that “this is going to help you! I can see in my mind how this is going to help you! Try it!”

Identify the fears that are holding you back, and then instead of moving away from them, move toward them. Instead of avoiding them, confront them. Eventually, you reach a point where those fears no longer play a major role in your decision-making.

And the amazing thing is, that if you do the thing you fear, the courage comes afterward.

And you can set big challenging exciting goals and be confident that you can attain them.

You can become UNSTOPPABLE!

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