Learn How to Face Your Fears
This exercise is designed to give you pause time to stop and objectively evaluate your fears. Be honest, the outcome depends on it. Repeat often until it becomes a first response habit.

1. Identify three of your greatest fears. Write them down
A. ________________________________________

B. ________________________________________

C. ________________________________________

2. Acknowledge each fear; say each one out loud using I am statements. (Example: I am afraid of ……….) For each fear write: Is it real or imagined. Be honest.

Fear A: ___________________________

Fear B: ___________________________

Fear C: ___________________________

3. Educate yourself about each one. Re-write your script using I statements. (Example: I will control my response to singing in public by taking voice lessons)

4. Write three affirmations you will use to overcome fear




5. Set a deadline to gradually eliminate/minimize each fear; i.e., public speaking, for example, until you conquer it.




Author's Bio: 

Anita Jefferson, Ed.M., believes in happiness. She is an expert on success and is a keynote speaker who coaches others to live LIFE as a joyful and happy being.

Contact Anita at www.anitajefferson.com