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Take Action Now – What Are You Afraid Will Happen? — 23 Comments

  1. Fear is usually what holds us back but we need to put our faith in God and say “I’ve got this with your help”

  2. Taking action is so important when it comes to your life. Nothing will ever happen without it.

  3. I needed this today. I’ve been letting a lot of fears stop me from what could be great experiences – I’m always scared of failing, or wasting my time.

  4. SOMETHING is going to happen whether you move forward or not. Might as well take the leap on the chance it’s going to be something good. 🙂

  5. This is a great reminder. I have a whole lot of projects simmering on the back burner!

  6. Sometimes I hold myself back for risks, but sometimes I don’t. I need to consistently just go for it.

  7. This is just what I needed to hear. I took a big step towards taking action today, and it has paid off in a big way.

  8. You are right. When we look back over our lives, we see that often we hold ourselves back more than others hold us back.

  9. I used to let fear stop me from many things and I regretted it. Now I suck it up and move!

  10. Fears hold us back, so the best way is to just let them go. I super agree with this post.

  11. I totally admit that fear has held me back from things before.

  12. Thanks for the inspirational post! Yes. I’m guilty of often holding back because of the fear of what MIGHT happen. After reading this, I feel more confidentn to face my fears! Thanks!

  13. I have also not moved forward because of fear. I am getting better at this though, every day!

  14. I have definitely kept from doing things I wanted or needed to do because I was scared I would fail. I am trying to let go of my fear of failure.

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