Learning to love your failures

What's your poison?

Many people fear rejection and what others might think or say about them. I don't fear rejection; I fear regret.

I dread the idea of waking up one day and thinking, "I wonder what might have happened if I'd just been brave enough to try."

If you've been letting fear hold you back, here are my top tips for busting through to the other side.

First, take yourself through this series of questions:

"What's the worst thing that can happen if I do this?"

"If the worst thing happens, what will this mean for me?"

"Is a different outcome possible?"

"Am I prepared to give up my dreams to avoid the possibility that the worst might happen?"

Next, check your intent - are you looking to serve or be self-serving?

When you keep the best interests of your potential customers at the forefront of your mind, you can hold your head high.

Last but not least, understand that every time you face-plant, you become a better leader and trainer. No one can relate to perfection.

Remember, at the end of the day, if people have nothing better to do than trash talk you, that says more about them than it does about you.

The next five years are going to pass regardless of what you do or don't do. Don't let "what if" thoughts keep you sitting on the sidelines of your life.

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