… replace it with a habit.
If you are afraid to write, write a little, every day. Start with an anonymous blog, start with a sentence. Every day, drip, drip, drip, a habit.
If you are afraid to speak up, speak up a little, every day. Not to the board of directors, but to someone. A little bit, every day.
Habits are more powerful than fears.
Just as a well-built foundation allows for the construction of a magnificent structure, your habits pave the way for long-term entrepreneurial success.
Overcoming fears takes time and patience.
Be kind to yourself and celebrate every small victory along the way.
With consistent effort and the power of habit, you can gradually replace irrational fears and develop a stronger sense of confidence and empowerment.
2 thoughts on “To overcome fear…”
So simple yet so much discipline.