When something new comes up and a commitment needs to be made, a conversation starts. That conversation typically starts with yourself. You may begin by addressing and proving your case by listing all of your fears, worries, and concerns about whether you can do it, follow through or making a confident decision.
This conversation rarely, if ever, the outcomes you were looking for. The fear clouds what it was that intially inspired you and it takes over. Often times, after rehashing and back-pedaling, we lose sight of what it was we wanted in the first place. The energy we expend exhausts us.
So, what if you change your approach when decision-making arises and allow yourself to think and process with confidence?
What would be different for you if you no longer allowed fear to guide your conversations?
Watch the video and discover how you can shift your approach in order to get what you want.
Leave a comment below and tell me what would be different for you if fear didn't guide your conversations.