Wisdom from Akshay Nanavati

Fear is not your enemy. Fear is your friend. Embrace it, welcome it and push past it to find your true destiny that lies waiting for you on the other side.

All growth springs forth from venturing out into the unknown. Out there beyond those fateful frontiers of your perceived limits lives your greatness. The infinite possibilities available to you in life lie waiting for you in unchartered territory. You simply have to choose to embark upon that voyage.

To get everything you want in life, you must be willing to do something you have never done and be someone you have never been. Where you are in your life right now is a result of the choices you have made in the past. And you will continue getting what you have gotten unless you do something bold. Something new.

Whether it be skydiving, starting your own business, running a marathon or public speaking, go out there and do something that makes those butterflies in your stomach go wild.

This action does not need to directly relate to your life goals. The action just serves as a metaphor for your limitless potential. Every inch out into the unknown builds a rock solid, unbreakable spirit that cannot and will not be shattered….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Akshay is a Marine veteran of the war in Iraq, an explorer, a prosperity coach and a speaker.

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26 comments

Sandi O'Donovan
Sandra O'Donovan3 years ago

I will try to take this on board... Thanks

Sheleen Addison
Sheleen Addison3 years ago

Thanks - fear can often open your eyes

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ANA MARIJA R3 years ago

Great reminder... Thank you!

sandra g.
sandra g3 years ago

Yes that's right, thanks for expanding a truth we should practice !

Lindsay Kemp
Lindsay Kemp3 years ago

Thanks, interesting.

Thelma Morales
Thelma Morales3 years ago

Thanks.

Paul Carter
Paul Carter3 years ago

The worst fear we have is of failing, but I tell my students we only learn when we recognise that we have failed, what caused the failure and find a way to overcome it.

Brendan B.
Brendan Bourke3 years ago

Thanks

Anne Moran
Anne Moran3 years ago

I THINK CONFIDENCE STARTS AT HOME WHEN YOU ARE YOUNG... THE PARENTS HAVE TO BE ENCOURAGING AND LISTEN TO WHAT MATTERS IN THEIR KID'S LIVES...

Sue H.
Sue H3 years ago

Thanks for the pep talk.