If you listen to the news or our politicians, we should live in a constant state of fear. Our government just spent $800 billion in fear, because the politicians didn’t know what to do and were afraid of were the US was headed. If you don’t think it effects your life and your decisions, you are probably mistaken.
FEAR IS NOT A PRODUCTIVE WAY TO LIVE!
A few weeks back I wrote a guest post for Jeff at My Super Charged Life that explored seven different ways that fear can negatively impact your life and your decisions. Here is the article – Living in Fear – Too Much Baggage?
Click on over to face your fears and while you are at it check out a great blog. Here is a teaser :
He moved past the fear with knowledge and action and is now more powerful and more equipped to face the world. We don’t want him to stay in a state of fear and we don’t want to live in fear because it brings along with it too much baggage.
Let’s take of look at some of the downsides of fear so that we can examine our lives for them.
Fear causes us to avoid situations were we can fail, get hurt, be humiliated, be rejected, cause confrontation, or make mistakes, so we actively run in the opposite direction.