My goals are the path through my current fears. I choose my goals based on what I want my life to become. Every significant goal also has a fear attached. I am committed to achieving my goals and ridding myself of the associated fears.
When one goal falls, so do multiple fears. Accomplishing my goals decreases my fear and increases my courage. Success breeds strength and power. I want to be strong and powerful.
I am committed to mastering myself and life.
I face my fears bravely. I pursue my goals with confidence and perseverance. I know that I can accomplish any goal I create for myself.
Each goal I achieve makes me a more capable person. My ability to overcome any fear grows as I pursue and reach my goals.
New fears arise as I pursue a new goal. This is fine with me. I am excited at the prospect of defeating a new fear. As I go after new goals, I become a more courageous version of myself.
Today, I am aggressively taking action toward my goals. I am vanquishing my fears as I become more successful. I am striving to attain my full potential, despite my fears.
- What is the most important goal I want to achieve? What fear is stopping me or impeding my progress?
- What could I do if I were able to simply face my fears and pursue my goals aggressively?
- What would my life look like if I could eliminate 90% of the fear from my life?