Brian Braudis’ 1-Minute Morning Memo: May 30, 2016 – Today’s focus: Professional

Reframe Fear

Todays Coaching: I was recently quoted in The Washington Post  for an article on self-doubt. A few of my family, friends and colleagues asked, “Coooool The Post, weren’t you afraid?” Reframe Fear!

Here’s my secret. I frame thinking and writing as a professional. I write about a breadth of topics such as, self-doubt, self-confidence, fear, obstacles, roadblocks and surmounting setbacks. I continuously Reframe Fear!

Here are a few more things:

  • A professional is not out witted by self-doubt.
  • A professional faces fear.
  • A professional endures adversity.
  • A professional is patient.
  • A professional is prepared.

The professional knows that the foes will arise from within and he is equipped to identify them, compartmentalize them and persist. The professional knows that fear is strong enough without adding to it so he endures and keeps creating facing the fear head-on.

Perhaps supremely, the professional knows that fear is psychological and not connected to any real, concrete, true immediate danger, lack or threat. The professional ensures he is present.

Lastly, I toil continuously to become the professional I write about.  How about YOU?

See this quote about striving to be a professional from Theodore Roosevelt

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