When I taught the Dale Carnegie Course, the magic formula for those ready to take on their fears was the phrase “do the things you fear to do and the fear will go away from you”.
Sooner or later most of us get tired of living a fearful life.
We’re ready to step up and try something new.
Changing jobs, accepting a relationship that cannot be saved, our phobias, insecurities, irrational thoughts and all the ways we terrorize ourselves needlessly.
The price we pay for fear and worry is high, indeed – both physical and mental.
So if today is your day to confront a fear to get the monkey off your back, do the thing you fear to do and that fear will go away from you.
As Dale Carnegie said:
“Remember, today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday”.
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