FEAR, SECURITY AND FREEDOM.
What is your greatest fear?
How would you live differently if you knew that that fear only has power over you to the degree you allow it to?
What if you had the courage to confront any fear that paralyzes you and keeps you from moving ahead, would you take your chance?
What impact would being unstoppable have on your income, health, relationships, career, goals, and your faith? What level of influence would you attain if you lived fearlessly and unapologetically? When you look under the covers of the word security, you find fear hiding there. This is the reason most people say, '‘Get a good education.’' It’s not out of the love of study or scholarship, it is out of fear—the fear you won’t get a good job, or be able to earn money.
Look at how our teachers motivated us in school—it is motivation by fear. They say, ‘'If you don’t
study you will fail.’' So they motivate students to study by the fear of failing. When the student graduates and gets a job, once again the motivation is fear. Employers say verbally or nonverbally, '‘If you don’t do your job, you’ll be fired.’' The employee works harder out of fear, the fear of not putting food on the table, the fear of not having money to make the rent payments. The reason people crave security is fear. The problem with security is that it does not cure fear. It simply throws a blanket over the fear, but the fear is always there, like the boogeyman chuckling under the bed.
You're just one step away from living your life to the fullest, from being financially free, from getting out of the rat race, and it begins by choosing freedom over security, multiple income over a steady paycheck.
The more security you seek, the less freedom you have.
We achieve the best of ourselves on the other side of fear.