Do you need to overcome your fears of uncertainty?
If you’re like most people, uncertainty can cause feelings of anxiety, overwhelm, and judgment.
When we are in the the midst of any change – personal life, work, relationships, or environment, our brains can start to project all sorts of stories that can make us feel panicked and insecure.
It’s hard to play big when we believe the leap of faith we’re about to do can lead to disastrous outcomes. Even though most of these things will never come true.
Being comfortable with discomfort is not something you’re born with. You have to learn to do this. And in order for you to learn this, you have to experience it.
When you avoid experiencing discomfort, this will keep you stuck in areas of your life where you’ll continue to play small.
“Discomfort is the price of admission for a meaningful life.”
– Susan David
I come from a Malaysian family where I was taught changing the trajectory of a conventional (but comfortable) life was risky. Doing things no one else was doing was madness. Making mistakes meant I failed.
It’s been difficult to rewire these conditionings from my past. But I can tell you, every time I’ve learned into difficult circumstances or persevered towards uncomfortable and unfamiliar things, my increased tolerance for change and uncertainty has helped me to be the best version of myself.
I’ve said “yes” more often to things I didn’t feel I was ready for. I’ve taken on projects I didn’t think I am worthy of. And I’ve stopped using my perfectionism as an excuse to not do the things I want to do.
I want to share with you 3 things you need to learn to overcome your fears of uncertainty, to be able to live your best life. Check out the live learning video below.
Oh, and don’t forget to download this free guide and clarity questions to use when you follow through in the video learning.