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Sunday, May 1, 2016

What Does Your Fear Cost You?

Let me ask you a question, what is scarier... the thing(s) you fear, ex: heights, public speaking, taking risks, etc... 
 
OR 
 
Living your entire life allowing those fears to dictate each and every day of your life?
Which is scarier?

Is the moment you take the risk or speak in public scarier?  
 
Or 
 
Is it scarier to imagine a life filled with missed love, missed experiences, and missed opportunities.

Fear is the #1 dream killer.  Fear is the #1 belief limiter!  Fear is the #1 reason why so many people do not live the life they want to live.

What do Your fears cost You? 

I recorded a short video for you that talks about fear and just how much it will rob from your life if You allow it to.

 
 
Carpe Diem,

Jesse
 
http://www.facebook.com/1year1000challenge

P.S.

My clients are consistently able to face, defeat, and move beyond their fears.  If you want to face yours, I can help you.  Click here to learn more.

5 comments:

  1. Thanks Jesse for the great message. I am so easily taken by fear, I have let it rob me of so much of my life but I have decided that 2016 is the year to change that. I am determined to do the very things that scare me most and your motivational videos and posts have been so helpful and good reminders so thank you so very much for doing what you do. ��

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    1. So happy to read that leahj. What are a few of the things you are going to do?

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  2. Thanks Jesse for the great message. I am so easily taken by fear, I have let it rob me of so much of my life but I have decided that 2016 is the year to change that. I am determined to do the very things that scare me most and your motivational videos and posts have been so helpful and good reminders so thank you so very much for doing what you do. ��

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  3. Hey Jesse. After UYG I decided to stop being afraid of getting to know people. I always was cautious of people by means they must want something from me(money, references, etc) not true friendship. Since then I've meet a handful of amazing women who I consider sisters. We speak daily if mot weekly's, encouraging each other and lifting each other up, reminding each other of our anchors. Thank you for presenting me with that amazing opportunity and helping me Step out of my comfort zone. Now to work on getting back into the ocean other than ankle deep.....don't worry I'm taking a beach vacay in 6 days to help conquer my fear of becoming shark bait. Stories to follow. Till then have an amazing week!

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    1. I love reading this and congrats for allowing yourself to form the relationships you have! :) Awesome! Happy that UYG was able to be a part of it. If you choose to attend again this October, I'll make sure the Ocean accommodates for going more than ankle deep :)

      Carpe Diem,

      Jesse

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