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In One Word, What's You Biggest Fear?

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That despite working hard and doing everything right i will still not make my goals because i am somehow cursed.

I am dead serious that is in the back of my mind and i am aware how irrational that sounds.

Oh and spiders :o...

Edited by Steph1988
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Here's a thought...

False Evidence Appearing Real

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Being a loser.  I've made a lot of progress here, but here goes.  Ruining my own life by not taking the actions that I know I should be taking because I am too weak and spoiled to get my stuff together and do it for real.  Always finding some reason to postpone my dream until tomorrow.  Letting my negative emotions weigh-me down.  Enacting self-fulfilling prophesies or death-wishes because a part of me feels very at home in failure, in quitting.  Part of me feels very used to being depressed, comforted by it in a way.  Like the forlorn loner talking to himself, off by himself in his own mind, in his own displaced world.  Being a loser addict, not capable of being responsible in this dog-eat-dog world.  Like the perpetual College kid who never grows-up, never having to worry about making money, distracted by his own constant theorizing and thinking.  Now that spoiled-brat guy is dropped into this world and has to pay real bills, has to get his own act together for real.  Happiness means change, and change is scary.  Like I said, I've made huge progress with this, but I wanted to give you an honest answer to a question that made me think.  

For some people being practical comes easy.  For me, being in my head and philosophical comes easy.  So, I really had to change some basic wiring in myself to start getting practical results, which I have.  There's nothing worse than feeling like you are an alien on this Earth.  

Edited by Joseph Maynor
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Derive each personal development concept for yourself just like a good math student, and then explore all the ramifications of the concept, and then figure out how to implement the concept pragmatically in your life.  Start a contemplation habit on a regular basis.

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Interesting nobody mentioned dying.

Knowing that you are about to die, and all your life's preperation for this moment is about to be tested.

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