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  • Hannah Kim

    This is awesome! Thanks for sharing, I feel inspired. I was particularly interested to read #4 "my fears are often an indication that something is worth doing." What a refreshing way to look at fear. Oftentimes we use fear as an excuse to restrict ourselves and hold ourselves back. However, thinking of it as a pro for doing whatever scares us is so intriguing. When we experience fear, it's something that's outside of our comfort zone. Not that everything we fear is an awesome opportunity- I don't think my terror of spiders is an 'opportunity'. I'm sure it can be, but it's just not one I will be taking....ever. But this article brings up the good point that fears can become opportunities by our attitude and actions.
    This post reminds me a lot of another post on by Vincent Nguyen. Check it out here:
    Actually a lot of what he posts is relevant to self-improvement and positivity, so check those out too when you get a chance.
    What I've learned from both of these posts is the importance of our attitude and having a great mindset.
    Thanks again for sharing.