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Written by Elisa / Updated on January 4, 2023  Reading Time minutes 

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Tip#10 for Today

Fear of public humiliation is one of the trickiest challenges we face in today's life experience. Getting it wrong, being judged, people laughing, or whispering behind your back... the list goes on.

Tip number 10 in our 23 tips to start 23 better series is about embracing your fear. This sounds completely counter-intuitive, and it certainly doesn't feel easy.

Here's the thing:

You wouldn't be feeling fear if you weren't stretching or challenging yourself and stepping outside your comfort zone. The fact you feel challenged means you're growing and exceeding your own expectations! That's a win.

Almost all successful people fail on the way to succeeding. So it's part of the process. We have all failed on the way to succeeding so many times. Think of it as training!

When you learnt to walk, and fell down, most likely no one said, "well I guess you're not meant to be a walker, I'll help you learn to shuffle on your bum!" We were encouraged to push past the challenges and keep going!

Who wants approval from people who finger point and judge each other, anyway? I mean, really? You are worth so much more than that!

Trying is the first step to succeeding. Accepting your fear is the next step, and persevering is the third. Keep going and don't give up. That's how you grow and increase your own perception of what you are capable of. This strategy will bring you more confidence and allow you to trust yourself more. Which is also a great antidote to impostor syndrome!

If you've enjoyed this tip, please check the latest posts for the previous 9 tips in the 23 tips to start 23 better series. Please comment below to share your own experience of feeling shut down by fear - or rising above it! Let's help each other go faster and stronger for the start of 2023! 

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