Today and tomorrow I am going to talk about fear. There are many things that scare us in life, whether it’s the thought of failing or just not having enough money to pay our bills. But, the thing is, when you feel that fear, treat it as an opportunity and grasp onto it. When you beat that fear, you will meet your goals – a goal accomplished by facing your fears head-on.

Fear is a powerful emotion. It can keep you stuck and powerless to the things that scare you most, but it doesn’t have to. Fear can be your friend if you let it motivate you toward what’s important to you.

Fear is a natural response to facing challenges. However, fear can also be a barrier to achieving your goals. As you face more and more fear in life, it becomes easier to handle. Fear comes in many forms, and it’s important that you understand how to deal with them effectively.

It takes courage to be brave. Some things that people say make me feel afraid and some situations that occur in life are really scary. But I think the thing to remember is that this fear is a gift from God because when you feel afraid, it means that you are more focused on the good things: your goals, dreams and aspirations. What this means is that you should always try to face whatever fears there might be in your life head-on so that you can reach your ambitions or goals.

Fear is the most powerful force in the world. It’s too powerful to ignore. Even though we try to ignore it, it still creeps up on us and steals our confidence away.

Fear is a massive obstacle to achieving your goals. Fear plagues the dreams of people all over the world, yet they spend loads of time and energy trying to overcome it. It’s like it blindfolded them in a maze that they just can’t find the way through themselves. They don’t even realize that fear can be an opportunity in disguise.

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I served as a teacher, a teacher on Call, a Department Head, a District Curriculum, Specialist, a Program Coordinator, and a Provincial Curriculum Coordinator over a forty year career. In addition, I was the Department Head for Curriculum and Instruction, as well as a professor both online and in person at the University of Phoenix (Canada) from 2000-2010.

I also worked with Special Needs students. I gave workshops on curriculum development and staff training before I fully retired

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