What’s Your Excuse Today?

There are those who will take risks, even if they make mistakes, and will eventually succeed.  They don’t let their fears or anxieties stop them.  They also use their mistakes as an opportunity to learn.  In fact, they almost go for the rejection because they know inwardly that they will learn more from them.  Then there are those who make every excuse in the book.  They continuously psych themselves out to the point where they barely make an approach at all. Continue reading

How to Get Over Fear Part 1

There is really one way to get over fear. The way to do it is what I call little by little. For example, if you are afraid of swimming, it would not make sense to jump off a ship in the middle of the ocean, now would it? The reason is because you will suffer from post-traumatic stress if that was to take place. If the fear is to great, it cannot be conquered all at once. So this is where the little by little concept comes to place. Continue reading

Whip your Approach Anxiety into Submission

You’re standing at the bar and suddenly she walks in.  That stunning beauty dressed to tease with all the finest jewelry and eyes to kill.  All of the attraction alarms are going off in your head.  Immediately you want to approach her, to at least make an attempt to seal the deal.  This girl is way too hot to pass up!  However, the second you take a step closer to her, your heart starts to pound harder.  Your hands get a little shaky and the feeling of nervousness pulsates throughout your body.  The closer you get, the harder it pounds, until final you just give up and pretend you were walking to another part of the bar.  All of a sudden you find yourself on the other side of the room, occasionally glancing over at her hoping that you can somehow muster up the courage to approach her again.  Guess what, you have a case of approach anxiety my friend! Continue reading