Jennifer Kimble...when facing fear
Living in fear is the same as living in hell.
Let's say there is something you really want to accomplish- you're even confident that you COULD do it.....but fear whispers "honey, you're not good enough."
So for one second you become that defiant toddler who asks "well why the hell not?"
But fear, the dictatorial parent that it is put's it's hand in your face and says "don't even try."
So, you settle into acceptance. Into that monotonous job that is just ok, or that questionable relationship that isn't quite right, or even worse for mediocrity.
But down deep you keep wishing for success.
For financial security and freedom from worries.
For happiness and satisfaction.
To do more for those who depend on you.
For finish lines. For winning.
For beautiful places and adventure and fun.
For admiration and leadership.
For no bullshit.
For friendship and love.
So, let's say one day someone comes along that convinces you that the fairy tale is real. That it belongs to YOU and you DESERVE it.
So you work a little harder, becoming more confident each day
And you stop wishing and you start doing.
And when the baby steps start adding up......
Action obliterates fear.
And things start CHANGING!
You find yourself smiling more often, so much so that success snowballs into genuine happiness.
Hell is for non-believers.
Do what you fear, and fear disappears.