Face Your Fears with 10Q

Question 9: What is a fear that you have and how has it limited you? How do you plan on letting it go or overcoming it in the coming year?

We all have basic fears: flying, snakes, spiders. But 10Q tends to bring out the deeper, more emotional fears. Fear of letting people down, fear of failing at work and thus letting down employees and family, and even fear of asking for what we want or need.

It is only through introspection that one can work through those fears. 10Q is free! Cheaper than a therapist!

“I have had the fear of asking for time to myself. I always feel guilty that I am not spending time with my kids or my partner. I need to learn that time alone will allow me to be with them more fully,” confessed one 10Qer.

“I have a fear of letting my wife down when it comes to money. Fear of not making a difference and not leaving my mark on the world,” said another.

“My biggest fear is that the business will collapse, putting at risk all I hold dear. I don’t think it’s very likely, but it’s my only real worry,” a 10Qer mused.

“Fear of failure very often freezes me, causing me to fail. Instead, I hope to simply jump in, fail, get up and jump in again,” said a 10Qer with a simple plan.

Take time today to look inside yourself for your fears and how to deal with them as other 10Qers have.

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