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VIDEO | Can Fear Be Productive??? (3 Things Every Driven, Fully-Engaged Person is Literally AFRAID OF…)

18 February 2014 No Comment


“Fear is good when it stimulates you to perform at your best…
it’s when fear becomes chronic or causes stress and anxiety that it’s not.”

~ from a Wiki.Answers Q&A page



“…it just occurred to me that most of us never think about how fear can work in our favor; that there may be a few ways in which fear can actually make us MORE driven, ambitious, creative and efficient without us even being aware to the fact.



If any of this makes you go, ‘Y’know Bryan, these fears really stem from being critical of others,’ or, ‘Maybe they just have trust-issues from childhood, and they need to dissolve their Ego into Universal Cosmic Non-Beingness” remember the bottom line: THESE PEOPLE ARE OUT THERE GETTING IT.




My main point here is that productive people are simply AFRAID of the things un-productive people are content with. They’re not necessarily better or more talented, but their fears often drive them down an alternate pattern of behavior.



Enjoy, and be sure to contact me for any questions or concerns…



Peace,
+B


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