Fear Setting Exercise – How to mitigate your fears and take your first step towards success


I wanted to do a fear setting exercise. I think it’s smart to do fear setting once in a while. It helps put things in perspective and eliminate any lingering stress, giving you a clear head to tackle whatever is on your mind. The purpose of fear setting is to write down all that you are worried about or what is occupying your mind at the moment. The idea is to get all the fear out of your head and onto the paper or screen. In a funny way, the simple act of writing down your fears makes them seem much more manageable. Whatever tasks that are keeping your mind occupied, you breakdown each task into smaller bit size chunks. As a result, you form a road map with manageable steps that put your mind at ease, clear your head, and perhaps give you some excitement about your project.


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