Everyone knows me as “Mr. 10X.” So, they expect me to be going at 100%, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But the truth is… I have bad days too. For this reason, I’m going to lay out what I do when I feel lost, down, or scared.
First of all, don’t be discouraged if you lose your way from time to time. It’s completely normal, so don’t let anyone try to label you or tell you otherwise.
The problem isn’t that you get into a rut — it’s what you do about it.
Unfortunately, seeing the way out isn’t so clear-cut when you’re wading through the mud.
Well, your Uncle G has made his way through the dirt a time or two. So, let me show you my two massive steps to overcome it…
Doubt, Fear, and Depression Hate When You Show Up
The best way to begin beating these negative emotions is to make small steps towards what is causing you discomfort — NOT to retreat.
Even if it’s picking up the phone and not dialing the number of that big client…
Walking by the gym and not working out…
Or just talking to a guy or gal you’re interested in, but not asking them out…
Just be in the vicinity of it.
More often than not, you’ll be inspired to go ahead and do what you’re afraid of because you got that far.
ACTION WILL ALWAYS MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
With that in mind, let’s look at step number two…
You Can’t Be Afraid While Helping Others
If you are lost and are unclear what direction to take, helping other people is a great place to start.
Obviously, being of service makes you feel good about yourself…
But it also instills confidence.
This confidence will orient you and paint a better picture of where you may want to go next. And just as important, you are empowering another human being in the process.
NEGATIVITY CRUMBLES IN THE PRESENCE OF POWERFUL ACTS OF SERVICE.
At the end of the day, don’t underestimate these two steps to overpower feeling lost, down, and scared. They’re simple… but often the most effective methods are.
Use them — and I know you’ll be Great,
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