Have you ever noticed that as soon as you come up with a plan to change something in your life or you set a new goal it seems like all hell breaks loose or everything comes to a screeching halt?
Have you ever wondered why in the heck that happens?
Sure, we’ve all heard terms like “self-sabotage,” “fear of failure,” or even “fear of success,” but what in the heck do those things really mean, and more importantly what can you do about it?
PBS and I would like to help. Today’s video is a brand-new episode that I did for their show American Health Journal, which has been airing since 1988 and has a whopping 100 million viewers per episode.
In this episode, I talk about why a perfectly-natural instinct has gone haywire and why this ends up being the reason why we inadvertently torpedo our own goals and dreams.
Check it out for yourself right here:
In the video, you’ll see why that happens, and you’ll learn a few super simple actionable tips to turn the ship around, so you can get back to setting and fulfilling the goals that matter most to you.
Once you watch the episode, let me hear from you. Using the comments section below, let me know how fear has gotten the better of you in the past – and what you’re going to do about it now! I can’t wait to hear which of the practices you’re taking on, so let me know!
Go get ’em!