Too many people go through life as JUST ANOTHER PERSON, and too many people are remembered as just another person, if anything at all. Think about it. If you died tomorrow, would the world remember you?
I’m betting the answer is no, because it is for the majority, and you wouldn’t be reading this article if your answer was yes. I believe that the most important reason why successful people are successful is because they run towards their fears. But don’t take my word for it. The likes of Tony Robbins, Will Smith, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Robin Sharma are all extremely successful people who have acknowledged that you should approach your fears.
And don’t worry, I’m not going to tell you to jump off a cliff or go around driving your car at 100mph, (though I’m sure some of you have). So first of all, I’d like to establish WHEN you should run towards your fears…
When considering any action to take, always go for it if you know it follows what you truly desire. If you do not do this, then you will never make bold decisions to get towards anything you really want, and you will be just another sheep amongst people. If the possible triumphs from taking the action are limitless, while the potential failures of taking the action is limited, then you should always take action. For instance, if there is a girl or guy you want to approach, the potential positives are limitless - you could end up in a relationship with that person, or they could end up as your future spouse. Meanwhile, the potential negatives are limited – maybe the person doesn’t want to speak to you. Who cares? At least you found that out rather than regretting not approaching at all. Clearly, the best-case scenario far outweighs the worst-case scenario. Naturally though, humans do more to avoid pain, than they do to seek pleasure. This makes sense when you think about it. In the wild, you would avoid the tiger before you approach the woman or man. B