The fear of failure is something that all of us encounter at some point in our lives. Unfortunately, that is just the way we are programmed as humans.
On the other hand there are many different ways that you can help eliminate the fear of failure today, tomorrow and beyond.
It starts with one thing. You!
That might seem like an easy thing to do, but it isn’t. What I’ve done is broken down 4 of the Most important things you can do Today, that will help you eliminate the fear of failure.
Clear Mindset toward Your Goals
Here is something that we might not think of as extremely important, but it is.
Think of it this way, the Fear of Failure is all psychology, we start thinking about the things that we want to achieve, then our minds start fighting back. That is just the way things work, and again how we are wired.
When you go into things thinking about one thing and one thing only, your Goals, then you are already taking a very crucial step into not being afraid to fail. Your goals must be very specific and most importantly attainable.
When you put these things together you are setting yourself up for success. Mindset is always the first step to anything big, especially when it comes to better yourself overall.
Having the Right Idea of Failure
Here is a tricky one.
You might be thinking,
Why would knowing what failure is help me not fear it?
Knowing what failure is to your helps create a better understanding to what you are dealing with. Failure is different to every individual person.
For example, my biggest idea of failure is letting people down. Whereas you might be afraid not to land a job, or finish school or get that big promotion. Failure is a HUGE thing in our lives, and we are burdened each and every day with it.
Knowing what failure is to you, will help you have the right approach when combating it.
Accepting that Failure is a part of the “Process”
Now if you are anything like me, you are always working ten steps ahead of everyone else. Which that is great and all, but you will encounter failure in one form or another.
The kicker here is that you don’t have to sit there and expect failure, but you have to simply understand it is a part of the process of life. Whether you are looking to start your own business, do better as a parent, find your own motivation or whatever the case may be, you have to accept failure.
It is natural to fear something that is inevitable, which is one of the biggest reasons why we always are discouraged when failure does hit. However, if we are heading into Life’s ventures knowing that at some point we are going to face failure, then when that time comes its easier.
Having the Right Support System
Here is the most important of these 4 ways to Eliminate the Fear of Failure, having the right Support System.
This doesn’t always have to mean having 1 person to lean on when things get rough. First and foremost you have to be able to support yourself through everything that happens in life and success. Failure is again going to happen.
You might have that one person who is there and always has believed in you no matter what, or you may have yourself.
Whatever the case may be, you must be able to count on that one person to be there when failure hits. Knowing that someone has your back, will ease your mind and oftentimes you won’t even think about the failures anymore.
Support is the biggest deterrent in any sort of fear based system. Once again, this is all about psychology, and if our minds aren’t thinking about failure, or don’t have to worry if failure happens, then we live our lives in a much better light.
Dustin Meyer, Editor and Writer for The Evolutionary Mind. I have
a strict passion for expressing realistic ways to help as many people as I
can, and Pride myself in the writing that I do. I’m a new Father of a
beautiful little Girl, and 2 Step Sons. Along with writing, I’m extremely
passionate about my family and bettering our lifestyle along with others
through writing, video, and branding.
How to Get Sh*t Done will teach you how to zero in on the three areas of your life where you want to excel, and then it will show you how to off-load, outsource, or just stop giving a damn about the rest.