As human beings we’re really good at psyching ourselves out. We’re so good at making up stories. Stories we actually start to believe without any real proof.
I recently spent a couple months in New York. When I was first thinking about going I started to actually freak myself out a bit. I started picturing myself there and even though it felt exciting, I was also working myself into a bit of a tizzy! Thinking about how to navigate my way through a new city, meet new people and attend events where I didn’t know anyone all of a sudden made me question if going was such a great idea.
I knew in my gut it was something I had to do and I’m so glad I did! I met such amazing people, had unforgettable experiences and I grew in a way I never imagined. It was a perfect reminder that things are never as scary as we anticipate them to be.
As you watch this weeks video I want you to start thinking of times in your life when you went ahead and did something outside your comfort zone regardless of how freaked out you felt.
Stop Psyching Yourself Out
Anytime you start to feel nervous about doing something new, remind yourself it’s never as bad as you think. Always look back on similar times in your life to give yourself proof. This will give you the push you need to overcome your fear.
I want to help you work through those blocks that are getting in your way of going after what you really want. On the other side of fear is a whole other world you’re not allowing yourself to explore! For more information on how to be the driver in your life and take control of that wheel, click here.