It’s a myth that champions fight their fears or that they don’t have fears; even more, it’s an illusion for average performers to avoid their fears- The ultimate solution is to dance with the fears, so that it can be tamed.

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A lot of literature highlight the fact that FEAR is false evidence appearing real, or that we should fight our fears. That strategy seems better when compared to the average performers who hide away from their fears and stay paralyzed with no actions, but it’s still not optimal.

The reality is that fear is a natural phenomenon for our survival; which means it’s natural and so therefore needs not to be denied but “optimized”.

How do you do that?

The first thing would be to acknowledge the natural aspect of it; Which gives champions the opportunity to be grounded.

In that grounding the champions find and anchored themselves into being present in the moment.

The idea is to acknowledge fear so it doesn’t have power over you. In fact, In my bestselling book

 “The Winning Way that I co-wrote with Brian Tracy and colleagues” give a tip on how to cope with fear by just bringing it to our awareness and identifying.

When in it’s your skin and in your face, what’ s left is to own it and dance with it.

As we all agreed, avoiding it, is like playing ostrich which doesn’t help long term.

So don’t be afraid to be a dancer.

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