When you finally lie on your “death bed” some day, you’ll probably regret the things you missed and didn’t give a try at all than the things you did wrong.
Why is that? Why would you feel regretful at this point? Because you were afraid when the opportunity presented itself. You saw it as risky. Now, on your death bed, you have no “fears” and you wish you did take action.
I witnessed a similar situation when I saw a relative profess similar statements just before he passed away. From that day, my “personal” motto has been, “Don’t Die With Regrets”.
Fear is the #1 source of regret. You want to reduce the number of regrets in your life by facing your fears as long as it won’t kill you.
You can’t imagine the possibilities behind your fears.
Have A FEARLESS Week!