As we enter the february months of 2009 we can see the rise of our number-one fear, fear of failure. But what is not as frightening about the fear of failure is the fear of success. We all know the feelings of success and failure. It’s okay to feel success and failure, but fear of success is the worst. We feel like we’ll fail every time we try something new.
Fear of success is what drives people to succeed with every new endeavor. But fear of failure is a major factor that keeps people from taking any steps forward. In fact, research has shown that people who fear failure tend to be more depressed and less confident in their abilities than people who don’t fear failure. Fear of failure has even been shown to lower productivity.
So how do you break through the fear? You can’t, you have to push through the fear. Failure is a part of every day, and you have to learn to move past fear and learn how to overcome it. Failure is not a bad thing, but there’s a part of fear that comes from not knowing what you’re doing. There’s a lot of “what ifs” that you have to overcome in order to succeed.
Fear of failure is a great way to lose focus. When you are afraid of failure, you can feel so much pressure and anxiety that it takes a lot of effort to force yourself to get through it. But you have to overcome the fear first, so you can accomplish what you want to accomplish.
People with feb 9 can be very specific about what they want to accomplish. I’ve seen some do this by working in their business. For them, they are successful because they have the ability to make it happen.
The most common example of feb 9 is a person that wants to get married and wants to have kids. Their goals are often specific and do not include the pursuit of financial security, which is one of the most common reasons for people to give up on their dreams. Most people with feb 9 have a specific goal in mind but don’t set goals to pursue it because they fear failure. This is why many people give up on their dreams because they fear failure.
One person I know who had a feb 9 is a man who lost his job after he was fired because of an incident with his boss. He was only able to get back to work for a few months before quitting to pursue his own dreams. He then moved to California to pursue his dreams there and has now made millions with his new business.
Forfeiting a dream is one of the hardest things to do. This is why we should try to make sure that our goals are not only realistic but also attainable. If we make them too big, then we’ll be afraid to fail. If we make them too small, we’ll be afraid to fail. People who have feb 9s fear failure and do not set goals to pursue them because they fear it.
The reason that people with feb 9s fear failure is because they fear that they’ll fail. Their fears can affect their behavior. They will often look for excuses to stop working, but if the reasons for stopping are not valid, then they will not be able to keep going. As a result, they will give up and do nothing. If they are able to avoid failure, then they will be successful.
So we can see why people who have feb 9s fear failure. They fear that if they fail, that they’ll be let down. In other words, if they feel powerless, then they will not be able to achieve their goals.