Courage to Face Your Fears

In his book Power Cues, author Nick Morgan urges readers to reflect and identify their fear. He suggests one write it down as clearly as possible, then on the opposite side of the paper, write down the opposite. Here’s what I came up with.

“I get nervous when I walk into a big meeting of talented people.”

“I naturally take control of every room I enter.”

morgan believes if I read the second statement aloud for several weeks in a row, it will reprogram my unconscious mind to believe the second statement. I am going to test his hypothesis.

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