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10 Fearless Ways to Overcome Fear

Fear is a universal feeling that is as natural as breathing. The issue is that the majority of individuals hold on to their worries and are unable to make the required changes in their lives.

Being a YouTuber has taught me a lot about fear, and I’ve come to realize that the only thing that separates those who succeed from those who fail is whether they overcame their fear. Many of the techniques I’ve employed to get ready for significant performances have assisted me in overcoming fear in other spheres of my life and they include the following:

1. Be conscious of your personal fears

You must acknowledge your fear before you can take steps to overcome it. It may be difficult to overcome all of your fears at once if fear is your “normal” way of being. Write down some of the parts of your life that give you anxiety; it’s crucial to get them out on paper because trying to rationalize them in your head never solves the problem.

 2. Observe the fearless

Think about the images you want your “future self” to have in your head. Make as many connections with role models as you can, whether offline, online, or through a book. Use these illustrations as fuel to overcome your fear.

3. Be impartial

Become curious about exploring your anxieties. Consider what thoughts cause your fear, where it arises, and how you respond to it. Be as unbiased an observer of your own life as you can.

 4. Be prepared to appear foolish

You will lose more fear than you ever thought possible if you are willing to take a chance on the emotional anguish of making mistakes. Be aware that everyone who has ever achieved greatness has failed multiple times and that learning from your failures will help you develop the behaviors you need.

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 5. Adopt a grateful attitude

When you experience fear, strive to replace it with gratitude. I’ve chosen to be appreciative of everything I achieve. You should know no one is watching out for your failure. Be grateful for all opportunity given.

 6. Look for educators

We can always benefit from a teacher because we are always learning new things. Not a nice person who always makes you feel good, but someone who makes you a little bit nervous. Find someone who will keep a tight eye on you, be brutally honest with you, and offer you clear instructions on how to improve at whatever it is that makes you nervous.

7. Share

How frequently do we suppress our unpleasant emotions out of concern for how others will respond? Sharing is beneficial because it makes you aware of how many other individuals experience the same emotions and have similar experiences to share. Do you fear failure more than you fear success? Sharing with someone can help you reflect on your goals in life and the source of your anxieties.

8. Accept hardship

The phrase “no pain, no gain” is true. Most of us instinctively avoid struggle because it feels like failure, and that scares us. We must accept adversity since it is necessary for us to grow as professionals. When we fight, fear gradually fades away.

 9. Read

A good book on your particular phobia can provide new insights into how to conquer it. I’m continually surrounding myself with books that are motivating and encouraging about the subject I’m working on.

10. Release the reins

Of course, we like to be in charge, but when we give up control, we often feel liberated. Allow yourself to make errors because that is after all how we learn and develop. We grow from our mistakes, but we must relinquish control in order to make them.

Conclusion

A growth mindset, or the belief that we can develop and change if we so choose, is necessary for overcoming fear. We can alter; nothing is “locked in” for good. Time and practice are necessary. The given advice should assist you in starting your quest to overcome fear. If you want to.

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