Oct 19 2008
Ask yourself this question: If I took fear out of the equation, what would I want to do?
What’s the first answer that pops into your mind?
A very wise person I know believes that fear can act both as a motivator and as a brake on our aspirations. Fear motivates us to get busy and accomplish something if we’re worried about our competition. But fear can also hinder our progress if we let fear take over so that we’re powerless to make any meaningful action.
Take fear out of the picture. If you know you’re not going to fail, what do you want to do?
Use your answer to this question to help you develop a broad, global vision for what you want out of your life. Once you’re certain about your overall goals and dreams, you can start to build a platform to make those dreams a reality. It all starts with a vision. What’s yours?