215: Don’t Be A Sheep!August 16, 2017 by Cigars and Sea Stories | Be the first to comment »
Don’t be a sheep. You entered this world with two fears: falling and loud sounds. Everything else you know was taught to you by your fellow man, or learned through experience. Some of these fears are healthy. For instance, “don’t mess with tigers, they can eat you”. That’s a good bit of wisdom. Our natural fear of fatal encounters has crept into our society. We are no longer dodging tigers in the bush, however those natural feelings still occur. It’s easy to find the benefit in teachings that protect you from physical harm, however some people harbor fears because someone else planted them in their head. Fear is a strong motivator to succeed and an even stronger inhibitor of success. On this episode of Cigars and Sea Stories, Bennett and Mike are sitting down to discuss the fear of failure and the mental walls that we’re constantly throwing up, which prevent forward progress. When you share your big dream. When you tell people your vision. Some will say you can’t do that. It’s impossible. And you may believe them. Your natural fear of being eaten is inhibiting your potential success. That fear of failure may even feel like you are about to be eaten. It’s discomforting. The point is, don’t let someone else’s preconceptions prevent you from pursuing your own goals. There is a whole world out there for you to explore.
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