QUOTE(johnstyle @ Jun 2 2014, 11:21 AM)
Stop thinking in terms of fear. it is harmful for two reasons: A) It keeps you unmotivated. A negative goal isn't something you can go to action on. But what's more, there's
It's draining and exhausting. Living in fear sucks. It keeps you in a state of perpetual worry instead of action. When you're drained and exhausted and worried, you are not going to be motivated. There's no two ways around it.
Define your goal and your plan to achieve it. Well, for that specific example, you'd create some type of income plan. It would involve making a budget, possibly going back to school, or expanding your business. You have concrete steps toward your goal. But for whatever you're facing -- be it weight loss, doing well in school, or following through with a dream -- you need to figure out what it is you want and just how you plan on doing that. If you really want it, it won't be all that hard to figure out.
Although mostly truth, fear can have its advantages as well. Fear allows you to take check of yourself and have somewhat of a more cautious approach. It also makes you questions things before diving head on into problems without thinking. Fear is really like self control mechanize.
That said, over coming ones fear on the other hand will really allow you to reach your goals and objectives!