Fear is my enemy. I’ve heard it said that I should keep my friends close & my enemies closer so I like to study my opponent any chance I get. I discovered something about fear this morning that I never realized. It turns out that fear can be your loudest cheerleader if that’s what it takes!
If I asked you what fear whispers to you our answers would, no doubt, be similar:
-Who are you to do that?
-What will your friends & family think if you attempted that?
-You have failed every time you’ve tried that before?
-You’ll do that one day. Now’s just not the right time.
Oh, yes, Fear can be a bully! Read the rest of this entry
Audacious: Bold; Daring; Marked by originality & verve
I don’t think I struggle with fear near as much as I do laziness. I came to this realization about myself this morning so the weight of it is still sinking in.
There is an advantage to hiding behind fear…people excuse you because they can relate and now you have something in common to talk about. Giving fear too much credit however, is a slippery slope. The problem, of course, is that when you blame Fear for your lack, you’ve just given it tremendous power.
This morning I dropped my fears to the side and wrote down some Audacious goals in my journal. I mean just downright silly stuff! It was fun and freeing.
As a Christian I’ve always struggled with Ambition & Success. Read the rest of this entry