So, you think you know what F.E.A.R is?
You’ve no doubt heard of the acronym “F E A R” (False Evidence Appearing Real). And as with most things, it’s easy to give it lip service. But knowing the meaning and making use of it throughout your life is one of the most fundamental tools you could use for a successful experience.
Humans are distinctly different from animals – In that we can make “sense” of things in our environment (give meaning to it). Let me explain:
When an animal is fearful, it’s usually an innate “reaction” that keeps the thing from falling prey to its potential killer. They don’t ponder ideas as we do.
Don’t get me wrong; they work things out to a degree. But sitting around a table and designing the structure of a skyscraper is outside their realms of reality.
Yes, they have super-advanced senses compared to ours. But intelligently copying and recreating matter to its final stages (from thinking) is unique to humans.
Many ideas materialised in human society are copied from nature (nature being the “perfect” system).
Get on With it Dedo…What’s that got to do with F E A R?
Well…similar to creating a skyscraper from just an idea in your mind. You also have the unique ability to create and then “RE create” certain emotions that aren’t innately REAL. That’s why they’re called “irrational fears”. Have you heard the saying ” the map isn’t the territory”? (it’s just a useful “tool” to guide you through the REAL)
But the only problem is most folk start to believe their delusions. And this is the reason people go to great lengths to get rid of these limiting beliefs. Conquer these fears, and you will conquer “your” world. And make of it anything you desire (I think a great “thinker” uttered a similar message once upon a time).
Conquer Your Fears (Once and For All)
As you journey through life’s great adventure, you will pick up specific experiences: some “bad” and some “good”. The good and bad ideas are learnt and will journey through life with you and gather confirmation of your gradual “beliefs” in them (it’s a sliding scale). For example, I remember years ago (when I was younger and hadn’t learnt some fears yet). The excitement I felt just before getting on a rollercoaster was great!
Years later, this same excitement turned into “fear”. And instead of excitement, the emotion morphed into “trepidation”. So, in essence, my brain has told me it’s dangerous to my survival to keep playing on these rides (which is the purpose behind their design, “the rollercoasters”)
But I want to make money online.
And to make money online, you have to do the things most people are fearful of; here’s a list:
- Boost your business by being in the limelight
- Making videos
- get involved with other companies (networking)
- Being an all-rounder (Nothing’s outside your ability once you’ve decided)
- Learn subjects you used to think you weren’t good at.
- Accept that others will judge you and your methods
- Deal with the legalities of business.
And the list goes on, but here’s the good news. These things can be contracted out to others (if you have the moola). But for most, this strategy will come later on when business starts skyrocketing.
As with any new endeavour, you’ll discover new learnings and perspectives. When delving into the “business” world, you’ll learn how to alter the way you see money/currency.
As a consumer, you’ll look at it with glee and want to spend it on all the lovely things advertised (new kitchen, holidays, fast cars, yachts, houses etc.)
Note: When I was a young firecracker, I came into a substantial amount of money and blew the lot on all the things I’ve mentioned (so that you know, I’m talking from experience : )
But as a producer/business person, you’ll want to “invest” your money, NOT spend it (there’s a subtle difference), but that’s for another post. Let’s get back to the fear thing…
A list of all the FEARS
I won’t list all the fears because I’d get bored writing them, and you’ll fall asleep reading them. So click on this link; it’ll show you a list of “ultimate fears and phobias”, and there’s a hundred of them. I’m showing you this list because they’re “irrational fears” that are made real by their personal experience of them.
Okay, I agree; there are “emotional anchors” involved with these experiences, which are very difficult to overcome. But not impossible.
Note: I’m not going to venture too deep into this subject; all you have to know is you weren’t born with the fears (they’re NOT innate), and they can be overcome.
The best strategy for dealing with irrational fears is to face them and attach a “new” meaning along with some sort of anchor (click here for the definition of “anchor”, in this context). Mastering NLP can be an excellent way to fully grasp the multitude of ways to actually “listen” to your market. N.L.P stands for “Neuro-Linguistic Programming” and is the site I directed you to on the link above (I’m not affiliated in any way).
NOTE: If you want to discover a more in-depth explanation of the topics I’ve covered >Click Here<
Interested in learning more about NLP, one of the world’s best mentors is a guy called “Kenrick Cleveland” from Max Persuasion. He must be good because he persuaded me to spend thousands of dollars on most of his products : )
So there you have it, another super-duper concise explanation of an “idea” that is all too prevalent in today’s society.
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