- If you pursue your calling with discipline, intentionality, and the help of fellow travelers, what are the chances that your worst case scenario will really happen? 2. As you look at your list of fears, what themes emerge? What is at the core of what you really fear? Financial ruin? The judgment or disapproval of others? Physical harm? Endangering the ones you love? Embarrassment? 3. What is the risk of taking no action – not following your calling? How do you plan to deal with fear when it pops up on your entrepreneurial journey?
They probably won’t happen. I sometimes worry about what may happen and it isn’t always that way and then I wonder why I worried about it. The theme that I can think of is that I am thinking there are a lot of people out in the world that do not want to be honest. They want to take advantage of people. I have had at least two experiences like that and many strange texts or phone calls, but not all people are bad. I have had many more good experiences than bad experiences. The core of what I really fear is the unknown. And some of the others items listed and how will I cope after those things happen. The risk of taking no action is that I will always wonder if I would have done well or if I had done everything I could to grow. I think because I have had many fears in life and even in my business that I have to want it bad enough as well as finding another way around it. One on of my first jobs, I was scared and took my dad with me for help and for comfort as I did the first couple of jobs. Sometimes I can have someone there with me and other times I pray for strength and help. If it is a bad area of town, I will listen to the spirit and act on faith that all will be well.