Have you ever had the question “What if I fail?” echo so loudly in your head that it stops you moving forward on an idea or a project?
You are not alone my friend. The trick is not to let the fear of failure hold you back.
Nobody is born walking. We have to learn. As a toddler, we pull our wobbly, bendy body up to standing position….and plop! Back on the floor.
Pull up, drop down. Pull up, drop down. Pull up, get a bit of balance going on….lift that chubby little leg… and plop! Back on the floor.
Fear of failure is just feelings. And feelings can change. When you give significance to what other people think or say about you, you are holding yourself back from choosing what works for you.
You’re not wrong. You’re not bad. You’re not awful.
When you are willing to get up and go for it again, you will get better, then maybe even a bit good, then master that mofo and head for the running track!
In life and business, it’s OK to get things wrong. In fact, failure is the fastest way to success.
The biggest achievers have the most failures.
Fail more. Fail faster. Laugh when you fall down and be willing to pick yourself up and be so present with looking at all the ways you can make this work that “what if I fail” is less than a whisper in the wind as you speed on by, heading in the direction of your dreams.
If there’s a project that you’ve been keen to move on, but that “what if I fail” echo was pulling you back… is now the time for you to pull yourself up and give it a go?
For a short time, Niki is offering “Get Your Project Moving in 60 minutes” £99 sessions. Book yours here.