People who get things done don't let anxiety and worry hold them back. They are too busy moving forward to get sidetracked by doubt. They approach new opportunities with a perspective of hope and possibility, which inspires them to focus on what they want and take action.
Doubters come from a place of worry and a perspective of challenges and limitations. The more negative thoughts, the less likely we are to get started. Doubt can be paralyzing. Even skilled snow skiers sometimes stand too long on the edge of a ski slope, looking down. Doubt creeps in, and sometimes the thrill of a lifetime is abandoned for something safer.
What about you? Are you standing on the edge doubting if you should take the next step? Here are some powerful steps to help you keep doubt in check.
- Take a deep breath.
- Trust in your skills to move you forward.
- Determine your first safe step.
- And just do it!