Say yes to Success and no to Fear

by admin on February 1, 2013

Is fear stopping you from Starting Online Business?

 

Online Business

Fear is the number one enemy that stops many people from achieving their desired goals.

While some may find it easy to embark onto the entrepreneurship track, others struggle with the decision and become paralyzed because of fear of taking action. If you are struggling with the decision of whether to start your own business; here is your chance to settle the matter. Becoming a business owner requires stepping out of your comfort zone but if you feel drawn to the entrepreneurship track it’s probably because you belong there. There three important considerations that will guide you and inform the decision process.

Starting a new business is one of the riskiest decisions that a person can make. However, your decision should not be made out of fear. One of my favourite quotes that I relay to ambivalent clients is that: “The greatest barrier to success is the fear of failure.”-Sven Goran Eriksson.

Free is an Operative Agent in Online Business

Online BusinessFear is an operative agent in all of our daily lives. As a human being possess two types of fear; the fear of falling, and the fear of loud noise.

It is that self-imposed barrier that we place on ourselves not to take certain risks because of anticipation of pain or anger. Most of the times, it is unspoken. People don’t go around admitting to themselves or others that fear is what is stopping them. Instead people come up with a myriad of excuses, not justifications. There is an operative difference between excuse and justification and it does not hinge on word play. The former is using a temporary barrier as an impediment to get out of doing something that a person feels ambivalent about; whereas the latter speaks more to a rational reason that may temporarily delay or permanently prevent someone from doing something.

Three things to help you overcome fear in online business

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  • Confront– Don’t try to avoid fear, face it convert it into energy. As Anthony Robbins says dance with your
  •  Develop positive thinking that Outweighs Negative thinking – List your excuses and address them. The first to resolve any problem is being aware of the problem and understanding it. Now that you have listed all of the excuses, you need to address them
  • Commit– To an action

All of the hard work you have completed so far will not matter unless you make a commitment to yourself. This commitment is one that may require some more thinking and re-visiting the two previous steps above. In context of having confronted your fears, countering them with facts and dealing with the potential drawbacks, you need to make a commitment to yourself that you will either start a business or not. Your thinking process must be geared towards starting a business that will eventually set financially free.

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