On the other side of fear, your dream life awaits you.
Our natural instinct is to give in to our fear. Our brain likes safety. And sameness. And no change. And to keep us in our comfort zone.
Which is exactly why when a new opportunity presents itself to you, your brain says, “Naaaahhh. That’s not worth your money. Or your time. It’s not going to work. You don’t want to do that, trust me.” And the last thing we want to do is trust our default brain thoughts, but … that’s what we do.
It takes courage to override our default thinking. LOTS of courage. Courage and fear are two sides of the same coin. Courage feels a lot like fear.
Almost (I say almost, because a rare few said “oh yes! I’m all in!”) every single one of my clients had to override their default fear of investing in themselves, of believing they could get results, of believing they were capable of the change they wanted in their lives, of believing that their dream results were possible.
So just keep that in mind the next time your brain wants to keep you safe, and secure, and … well, the same. On the other side of fear, your dream life awaits. You have to want your dreams more than you want your drama.