Cory Minter – President at Trinity Employment Specialists has this to say about “The Fear Factor”
The realized personal qualities of confidence, self worth, potential, strength and growth are quickly replaced with insecurity, doubt,confusion and weakness brought on by the “Fear Factor”.
People react to fear in 3 different ways. It may be used for fuel as a motivator. It may fuel our already negative thoughts. Fear may cause a person to become paralyzed against moving forward in life in all settings.
Great ideas are killed by the negative, fear mongering voices in our heads.
Just remember, on our way to success we can expect to have some major setbacks.