One of the top enemies to the human race is fear.

Fear of the unknown!

I believe we need fear to keep us safe, but we must control that fear and always know that we can always leap on the other side of fear.

Because the only way you will realize your dreams is by making that leap.

So let me help you!

Here are 6 ways to leap on the other side of fear.

#1: Leap On The Other Side Of Fear By Setting Lofty Goals

There is no room for mediocre goals…

Set them high and then promise yourself you are going to fight to reach them.

The promise will overcome any possible fear you have.

And, don’t sweat it if you miss the mark… Do it again and again until you make the goal… and then go higher.

#2: Leap On The Other Side Of Fear By Replacing It With Gratitude

Every human being feels fear at various points in their life. It is how the fear is handled that determines if the person will stop, move sideways, or keep going forward.

I will never tell you that you won’t feel fear. You will.

But some fears are unfounded and I want to give you a great method of leaping past them.

Whenever you are feeling fear…

  • Public speaking
  • Meeting with investors
  • Prospecting
  • Etc…

Whenever you feel that fear, just replace it with gratitude.

  • Wow, it’s great that I have the chance to speak in front of 10,000 people.
  • They looked at the business plan and agreed to a meeting; I believe we will get funding for our start-up.
  • The chance to help someone reach for their dream and helping me reach mine makes prospecting delightful.

Do you see the point?

Be grateful for the same thing you are fearing.

Positive trumps negative; and fear is a negative.

#3: Leap On The Other Side Of Fear By Having A Well-Defined Plan

Normally, fear will set in if we do not have a plan, or our plan is too general.

You need to realize what each of your goals are and develop your plan to coincide with reaching those goals.

Take the time to draw up a plan that considers everything. And review your plan every 30 days.

#4: Leap On The Other Side Of Fear By Going Out And Doing Something Scary Often

What do you fear?

  • Ice skating
  • Roller coasters
  • Water skiing
  • Etc…

Just go out and break over to the other side of fear by doing things you fear often.

#5: Leap On The Other Side Of Fear By Not Worrying What Others Are Thinking

Sometimes we get so caught up in worrying about what others will think if we fail, that we bring failure upon ourselves.

And odds are, that person really doesn’t care if you succeed or fail.

Well, maybe they care, but they probably will not look down on you if failure happens. After all, they will probably think that it could be them.

If you stop worrying what they think, you are leaping on the other side of fear.

I Saved The Best For Last

#6: Leap On The Other Side Of Fear By Taking Action

When you really look closely at when fear has an onset, it normally comes when we are idle.

Taking action will erase the fear.

If you are on the go, you don’t have time to fear.

So, take action…

  • Write a blog post
  • Go prospecting
  • Develop a new product
  • Etc…

Action is like a doorway to the other side of fear.

Conclusion

Did this help you have a new outlook on fear?

Do you have any questions or feedback? Just post it below.

And, if you have not read it yet, I want to offer you another resource to help you in your entrepreneurial pursuits. My book, To The Top can help you break to the other side of fear and live a dream-filled life.

Get your copy of To The Top here.

I am so happy you came by today… Be sure and share this with others who need to break to the other side of fear.

Thanks…

To The Top!

eric tippets

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