Overcoming Fear EXPOSED – The 7 Stages Of WussinessPosted by Phil Sanko on Aug 17, 2012 in Fundamentals, Home Business Blog, Personal Development | 3 comments
Overcoming fear can mean the difference between winning and losing… between acceptance and rejection… between LIVING AND DYING!
Tony Robbins says that the only way of overcoming fear is by confronting it with MASSIVE ACTION.
I felt like writing a funny, yet important post today. So without further adieu, I present to you “The Seven Stages Of Wussiness”.
Before you can even begin to start your journey toward overcoming fear, you first must understand what “wussiness” really means.
According to Wiktionary (http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/wussiness), wussiness is defined as “The state or condition of being wussy; weakness; ineffectualness.”
Another online source, Urban Dictionary (www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=wussiness), states “If one is a wuss, they possess a certain level of wussiness. It is the measurement by which someone might determine how much a panzy a person is…”
As you can imagine, “wussiness” is a major epidemic confronting the realms of personal and business progress.
It must be stopped.
Therefore “overcoming fear” must be taken off the back burners and made a priority.
As my old wrestling coach would say, “It’s time to lift up the skirt, grab your balls, and get to work.”
If you’re serious about overcoming fear, you need to know the common stages and root cause of the problem.
1) Ignoramus – We don’t always know what’s going on in the beginning. In this stage we are brain-dead to the fact that we’re wussies.
2) Doctrinaire – At this point, we are becoming aware of the fact that we don’t know anything. Therefore we are naturally forced to “fake it or make it”. This is terrible to witness.
3) Epic Failure – Because we faked it, we didn’t make it. Enough said. This is the ultimate “wussiness” stage.
4) Faultfinder – It’s somebody else’s fault that we were an epic failure. This is where blame is strategically placed on others… because it’s not our fault, right?
5) Neophyte – We have accepted the fact that we failed. This is a key step. We’re now open to actually listening to those who know how to get our goals accomplished.
6) Practitioner – Because we’re listening now, we’re beginning to actively practice the correct actions – consistently. We’re starting to understand and have that “Aha” moment.
7) Maximus – Yup, just like the gladiator. We’re taking names, slicing heads, and running the show.
Overcoming Fear – Where Do You Stand In The 7 Steps?
It’s time to be honest with yourself.
If you’re serious about overcoming fear and ditching your wussiness, it’s time to get into action mode.
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