The gurus take your fears to the bank

And laughing all the way.

I’m not talking about real physical fears here, fear of falling, spiders, or snakes. No, it is the intangible fears that they play with.

The fear of public speaking.

It has been said that the human brain starts working the moment you take your first breath and doesn’t stop until you stand up to speak in public. But you know, the gurus have been putting it in your head at every opportunity, it’s scary to speak in public.

Do you remember the first time you had to stand in front of your third grade class to read your essay aloud? That’s where you learned to fear public speaking, third grade. Third graders are a cruel and ferocious herd of wild animals that seek to pounce on the weak and wounded and devour them.

It’s no wonder so many people are afraid to speak in public, in some dark corner of their minds they know without question that someone in the audience is mentally an emotional third grader, ready to kill the slightest sign of weakness.

With the ‘New Consciousness’ these days, you can’t even train a first-time speaker in the tried and true, “Imagine you’re all in your underwear.” “My God, are you some kind of pervert?” “I’m not sure how many guys are there? Are you a perversion expert?”

On a side note, if you are a man, don’t use that technique when training a group of Victoria’s Secret models, you could be arrested.

The fear of writing (content creation)

Another fear that started in third grade, she had to write that essay first so she could be embarrassed in front of the class. The “dog ate my homework” excuse only made it worse, now you have to stand in front of the class while the teacher pulls out a new one, and I don’t mean a new essay.

Talk about double reinforcement.

The fear of failure.

Not since the third grade, the fear of failure comes from almost everywhere. Your teachers, your parents, that assistant principal who is always actively looking for ways to prove that you are lazy and will never get anywhere.

But most of all, IT COMES FROM YOU. Yes, your fear of failure comes primarily from your own mind. At the end of the day, you control what thoughts you have and how they affect you, also at the beginning and in the middle of that same day.

If so, it’s up to you.

Your mind is one of the most powerful instruments on the planet, the only competition is someone else’s mind. What you think about the most, your mind will find some way, either way, to get there. “Be careful what you ask for, you can get it.” It’s not just a hackneyed old saying, it’s deeply rooted in the Law of Attraction.

Obsess over failing too much and your mind will get some for you.

On the contrary, it does not work the same way with the last, and possibly the worst fear that the gurus are taking to the bank.

Fear of success

There, I said it, the most devious fear gurus play with, your fear of success.

Wait a minute, are you really afraid of being successful? Are you not striving for a little success, to prove to your friends and family that you are not a dreamer of cake in heaven?[loser], that you can, you will earn money, a lot of money, with the Internet.

Think about your fear of success and your mind will never let you see any of them, and you have a lot of success to show for it. You just have to look for them.

Earn $ 1,000.00 in one day, loser, so and so earned $ 7,500.00 at the same time, lazy. They are not my words, they come from that nasty little voice in the back of your mind, helping the gurus keep you down.

Dealing with your fears

We all have fears, it is how we treat them that defines us.

I have a completely irrational fear of twenty inch chrome motocross bikes, I know that is stupid. But, every time I see one of those things, my heart skips and my insides freeze.

I go back to the day when I almost died.

June 3, 1993 I’m playing on a friend’s son’s bike, “like riding a bike” doesn’t extend to doing tricks on a bike. Those who take constant practice, use it or lose it.

He could still jump like a rabbit and jump off curbs without missing a beat. Back kick, a piece of cake. How about a rocking horse?

Truth be told, I was never very good at wheelies. But you get better with age, right?

My third and final attempt he pulled me by the handlebars and tore a 100-stitch hole in my abdomen, a quarter of an inch from cutting something you can’t be a man without, if you know what I mean.

My butt will never grace the seat of a twenty-inch bike again, no way, but I’m still very scared of them. My brother has the frame of his first bike in our garage, guess what it is.

Yes, a twenty inch motocross frame, chrome of course.

At first, I didn’t even look at that section, it didn’t exist for me. Then I was partially blind and temporarily, I just couldn’t see him, even when I was next to him.

Then last year I was looking for something I don’t even remember what it was I remember where it was. Under that frame. To do? Take a deep breath, put my gloves on, and shake the stupidity. It really can’t hurt me, unless someone picks it up and marks my watch with it.

Skip the gloves, I moved the thing, gently, because it is important to my brother. I got my gadget, whatever it is, and began to conquer my fear.

By the way, I ride my mountain bike 5-15 miles a day, almost daily.

What is a mountain bike? A motocross bike on steroids.

My last mountain bike had a nice shiny aluminum frame.

Look, I told you it wasn’t a rational fear. Not all fears are irrational, just most.

I can’t tell you how to deal with your fears, no one can. Not even a trained psychiatrist can do that, they can only guide you to find your own solution. So find one, as fast as you can. Until you do, you will be the prey of every internet marketer out there.

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  4. Are you afraid of being successful? Well, leave it at that, silly.