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How to Get Over Fear of Being Disappointed?

“My fear of being disappointed makes me always dream smaller.
What could I do to change that?”

This is a great one! Thank you for your question!

I love how aware you already are that your fear is making you dream smaller.
So to visualize the situation, this is what is happening:

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I like to use this grey furry creature as a symbol of fear. Its furry cute outlook may disguise it sometimes to seem like it needs to be patted and tickled. But don’t analyze your fear for too long. It’s awesome that you recognize its name which this time is “Fear of being disappointed” that’s all that is needed. Acknowledge it and move on.

Sooo, when we want to rather dream big, what can we do?

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I can see you already KNOW you have bigger dreams available.. So the doodle answer is to boldly go for them and not waste any second further in analyzing the fear and giving it life and power. Even if you can sneak seven seconds of dreaming BIG in your day your dream starts to roll toward the fear and eventually crushes it as it starts to come true.

Dreams are amazing because one after another they prove us that they can come true in a blink of an eye. Get your big dream rolling and it becomes unstoppable. Be patient & be clever with how to sneak even a tiniest push on your dream without your fear noticing. This becomes an exciting game to play!

I hope this helped you dream BIG!
Now I’d love to hear from you!

Tell me your next bold move on how you can give your dream power (instead of feeding your fear)?
Tiny moves count too!

 

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