Tim Ferriss shares in his Ted Talk how a required need for change helped him create a process for eliminating dysfunction in his own productivity, by taking the time to face his fear of inaction. Use his process to evaluate future decisions in your life and connect yourself to the reality of the possibilities and potential consequences.
Has there ever been a time in your life where the fear of what might happen prevents you from taking action on something you want to do? Your mind goes into self-protection mode and turns into an excuse generating machine. Avoid regret down the road and use this worksheet to examine what you fear more closely. Become friends with your fear and instead of avoiding it, face it head on, calmly, with a evaluative mindset. Fear Setting is a structured reflection exercise used to help you see decisions more clearly when fear is holding you back and distorting your thinking.
Use Fear Setting When You Need To:
- When you are at a crossroads in your business and life and need to make a decision about what to do next. Fear Setting will help you see the reality of the situation more clearly and make the best decision for your future.
- When you have made a decision, but stress and negative premonitions is freezing your ability to act on it. Fear Setting can help create a sense of comfort and confidence regarding impending changes.
See the attached worksheet and try out Fear Setting today.