The reason why I love quotes so much is because they can change the way you think, or the way you perceive life.
"Feel the fear and do it anyway" by Susan Jeffers helped me to realize we always feel fear when we try something new - so when you expect it, you can accept it.
Fear is a normal part of the subconscious mind looking after you, and keeping you safe. There is no way you can ignore these feelings, so when you face them you stop struggling.
Doing what makes you feel fear anyway is the only way you can move forward. The alternative is staying exactly where you are, and never experiencing the excitement of achieving new goals.
Fear is created in your own mind, so you can decide how to manage it. You choose if the end result is worth addressing the fear - 9 times out of 10 it will be.
Think about how real your fear is - are you building up a story that is filled with impending disaster?
The truth is - nothing is ever as bad as you imagine. When you stop your thoughts racing away, and consider your concerns calmly, you can see clearly that trying something new is worth it.
Facing up to your fears doesn't mean you have to grit your teeth, and act tough. ZPoint is the gentle way to release your fears while you relax. No matter what your fear is, or how scared you feel - the ZPoint Process helps you overcome natural resistance to change peacefully.
If you want to feel confident knowing you've made the right choice for your future - give ZPoint a try!
"The fear will never go away as long as you continue to grow!
Every time you take a step into the unknown, you experience fear. There is no point in saying, "When I am no longer afraid, then I will do it." You'll be waiting for a long time. The fear is part of the package." ~ Susan Jeffers
"Pushing through fear is less frightening than living with the bigger underlying fear that comes from a feeling of helplessness!
This is the one truth that some people have difficulty understanding. When you push through the fear, you will feel such a sense of relief as your feeling of helplessness subsides. You will wonder why you did not take action sooner. You will become more and more aware that you can truly handle anything that life hands you." ~ Susan Jeffers