Letting Go Of Fear & Judgement
Let’s talk about improving your life in a way that is often overlooked. While many of us work towards reaching physical and mental fitness goals, the motivation is often driven not by something positive, but by something negative.
I’m talking about fear, and while it can be a key force in driving one towards making positive changes, at some point you need to let go of that fear and start to focus on the positives in your life. That’s what I did. And look at where I am today.
Doing so is important because it allows you to find inner peace and your inner strength, two things that will be vital in improving your success at reaching whatever goals you’ve set for yourself.
Often, when looking to make positive changes we do so because of things like fear of what others will think of them or fear of how we’ll be perceived. The big issue here is that when fear and dread of judgment from your peers occurs, it is often easy to lose motivation – one little setback can turn into a downward spiral of self-doubt and apathy. Believe me, I’ve been there!
But when you let go of that fear, you start to do things for yourself, not for someone else. You work to improve your life to better your physical and mental health, not to change the way someone might think of you. When we have this shift in thinking, it makes it easier to stay focused and that can give you the strength you need to achieve even greater things.
It’s not always easy to do, but taking the time to identify your fearsand then moving past them is something everyone should do. Find your inner strength and cast out those fears. It’s worth it.