1 minute reading time (171 words)

Action Cures Fear

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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

You have something in your head that won't let go. It's that one (or two or more…) thing that bothers you in the back of your mind. You have that fear or task or confrontation that you know needs to get done. Yet, something is blocking you from doing it. Something is holding you back from accomplishing the thing that will be the next step to success. What are you waiting for? If you know it's going to sting, you may as well get it over with. Rip off the Band-Aid, as they say. If you aren't ready for the conversation, get ready. If you need to take steps, then do it. Take some actions, do the next right thing and get closer to your goal. In the GIN Basic Book, The Magic of Thinking Big, author David J. Schwartz, PhD says, "Action cures fear. Isolate your fear and then take constructive action. Inaction – doing nothing about a situation – strengthens fear and destroys confidence."

Love,

Joel Yeast 

The Quick Fix
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Comments 2

Betsy Elliott on Wednesday, 28 November 2018 13:01


Hey Joel,

Great inspirational post. It's kind of coincidental that you mentioned "The Magic of Thinking Big" cause I just started rereading it a few weeks ago. It's amazing how deeply I'm impacted by the sentences I underlined in the first read. Powerful thought provoking information, more so than on the first read.
Merry Christmas!
Betsy Elliott

Hey Joel, Great inspirational post. It's kind of coincidental that you mentioned "The Magic of Thinking Big" cause I just started rereading it a few weeks ago. It's amazing how deeply I'm impacted by the sentences I underlined in the first read. Powerful thought provoking information, more so than on the first read. Merry Christmas! Betsy Elliott
Joel Yeast on Wednesday, 28 November 2018 14:32

Wonderful, Betsy! It's such a great book and, like many of the others, you can get more out of it each time you read it. Keep being amazing!
Merry Christmas to you as well.
Joel

Wonderful, Betsy! It's such a great book and, like many of the others, you can get more out of it each time you read it. Keep being amazing! Merry Christmas to you as well. Joel
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