Fear of Failure Procrastination and Overcoming it All

Everyone gets the fear of failure procrastination and frustration syndrome.

This is a silly question but, have you ever started something , was excited about it the first few days (or hours) and then had the little voice in the back of your mind saying to you…

Fear of Failure Procrastination

“You’ll never be successful at anything so give up now”

Of course the answer probably will be a yes. It’s the self doubt devil whispering to you constantly, negative garbage that eventually breaks you down and then waits patiently for you to get enthusiastic again about something else.

Let me explain how I overcame the whole self doubt thing.

 

Taking Control of Fear of Failure Procrastination, Self Doubt, Self Pity, and Any Excuse to Avoid Responsibility of Failing.

 

Why do we have a fear of failure?

I think it’s because of how we believe people will judge us. Mostly within our circle of influence, friends, family etc..

If you think about it, imagine you are the only person on earth. No one is around you to influence you, praise or criticize you, so whatever you are trying to accomplish simply wouldn’t bother you if you failed over and over.

We tend to put a value either high or low  on those who succeed and those who don’t.

 

It’s just the way it goes.

A typical scenario would look like this…

You decided to start a business from home because it looks like a wonderful opportunity to build something that can one day soon replace your crappy job you hate.

You join something, perhaps an MLM biz-op or other venture and you are super excited about it.

So excited that you tell family and friends and then after a short time of not getting expected results and everyone asking how your new business is going…

you look for excuses to tell people why you are not succeeding. They help you validate your excuse.

 

3 Critical Success Factors You’ll Need To Understand

( I like to call them good habits)

 

First one is determination.

You have to make it a constant thought and mindset of never quitting. You can change direction and strategies but never quit. If you keep at it and refuse defeat, you will inevitably succeed.

 

The 2nd factor for success is Patience.

Understanding how your business will work is pretty crucial.  What I’ve learned about blogging is that the actions I’ve taken today I know the results will show in the future.

A week, month or several months down the road, whatever it takes you can safely assume you’ll get results sooner or later.

 

 

3rd factor is Consistency

This one and number 2 are the hardest to keep up. Doing the daily stuff that builds momentum. I’ve been guilty of this one many times so don’t think you are alone in it.

There is a reason why successful businesses like McDonald’s, Walmart and others are as successful as they are…

Consistency.

 

People repeatedly go back to these places because they know and trust the product and the brand behind it.

They already know exactly what they are getting when they go in to these business establishments.

 

So these three important habits are what will either determine your success or failure.

 

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7 thoughts on “Fear of Failure Procrastination and Overcoming it All

    • September 21, 2018 at 12:27 am
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    • September 21, 2018 at 12:35 am
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      Hey thanks for that! This subject is one that I think I will share more of personal experiences on since many people relate to it.

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    • September 21, 2018 at 12:25 am
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