Fear is a Killer

Fear is a Killer

March 16, 2020

Fear is a killer and fear is a pandemic.

Fear fear itself.

In business and in life, the one thing that prevents positive change is fear.

The world cycles through new and old, phases through good and bad, repositions the “numbers ones,” gives weight to the light, and accelerates the persistent.

 Change is constant. Stagnation loses. Adaptability is the future.

Fear takes the form of many molds. And while fear is deeply embedded in human tendencies, the ability to cope and overcome is learnable and a valuable utility.

Understand the difference in what you have control over and what you do not.

Define what measures you’re willing to take in order to keep moving forward effectively.

Ultimately, surrender yourself to the universe and let your worries slide far away.

The world is working behind the scenes, making some necessary adjustments for reasons we don’t understand.

Always strive to be a better human being, treating people with kindness and compassion, measuring your success by the value you provide, and never letting fear compel you to make a mistake.

These are critical moments to reflect upon yourself, make necessary adjustments that you are in control of, and take the course of action that will benefit you and your loved ones for years to come.

“Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. The fearful are caught as often as the bold.”

—Helen Keller




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