Be more daring, easier said that done, right? Some people will never take steps to become more daring. But, if you are one who decides to throw caution to the wind, just how will you go about it?
How much is fear and the risk of failure keeping us from taking a chance on getting what we really want? For most of us, that fear is the only thing that is truly stopping us from going after our biggest dreams and desires.
Fear is something we use to protect ourselves. When we enter into an unknown area, our sense of fear increases. We want to survive to live another day. In this way, fear can help us determine whether we should move forward or go somewhere else.
There is a very delicate balance between running away from our problems and maturely working through them to keep them from causing us stress or pain in the future. The first is cowardly while the other is brave and self-preserving.
We all get impatient at times, especially in our fast-paced world. In fact, new neuro-scientific evidence proves that the hurried, multi-tasking world we interact within has fundamentally rewired our brains to expect instant gratification, or at least quick results. This means that patience is becoming less the norm.