Fear versus doing what you want to do

fearI have the privilege to be surrounded by some amazing people. Some of them I see every morning for coffee, some of them I’ve never met - they are their words on a screen.

Nonetheless they never fail to inspire me.

The one thing they have in common is that they don’t let their heads get in the way of what they want to do.

Everyone has a horrible, fearful voice in their head.

Everyone. I don’t care who you are, everyone has doubt.

Man - I'm actually surprised humanity does anything with the heads we have on our shoulders.

The whole game of life can be boiled down to the balance between fear and what we want to do.

When you feed fear, it wins.

When you acknowledge that you’re afraid, that you don’t know, that you’re worried of what other people will think...

... and you do what you want to do ANYWAY …

The little fearful voice shrinks. Freedom grows.

This is the whole game of life, isn't it?

Fear versus what we want to do.

The courage it takes sometimes not to listen to your head and keep moving forward is huge, and I don't think many people have that.

For me I just don't want that little whiny grey voice to win.

Even if it comes up time and time and time again.

So well done, well done for having the courage to do the things you want to do, to live the life you want to live.

Just keep putting one foot in front of the other.

I love quotes, and here are a couple that I remind myself with often to help me do just that:


“All you have to do is follow through. Never give an inch to fear. Focus on what is real - never doubt, never turn from the One. Then, when you master that, life is simple." - MSI

“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear.” - Ambrose Redmoon _____________________

If you want help conquering fear and self-doubt my “mental fitness” guinea pig trial programme can definitely assist you.

I can’t say it takes away that voice, but it will make your options clearer.

It takes away the sheer intensity and the paralysis that sometimes comes when you’re in the grip of the grey voice of doom.

You have space to breathe and do what you want to do, not what the voice says.

It gives you very real choice in terms of what voice you listen to, and what you ultimately end up doing.

I can’t take away fear, and in fact I don’t think it’s possible - fear means whatever it is, it's important to you.

Your job is not to let it win. And that gets easier.

The whole game of life - right there.

Fear versus what you want to do.

If you need help with that I can.

So consider my programme - it won’t just you any money, but it won’t come cheaply - if that makes sense.

I need you to do some things ...

- so read the terms and conditions closely -

But I think you’ll find the pay off for your investment of time and energy to be well worth while.


Any questions? Hit me up.

Have a great weekend! Arjuna


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