Quotes by Elbert Hubbard The worst mistake you can make in life is to live in constant dread of making one.
You've probably heard the adage "do one thing every day that terrifies you." The quote is sometimes misattributed to Eleanor Roosevelt, who stated something considerably more significant (albeit less meme-worthy): "You develop strength, bravery, and confidence by every experience in which you truly pause to stare fear in the face."
Scaring yourself is a great way to grow as a person. Think about it: If you weren't afraid of anything, what would be the point in living? Also, learning how to deal with your fears is important for happiness and success. Without trying new things, without experiencing pain or failure, we'd all be bored stiff dead after a few years.
So, consider this article your ticket to feeling alive! We'll go over seven things that should scare you, so read on and enjoy your daily dose of terror.
Jenny Lim "Mistakes are proof that you are trying," says Jennifer Lim. Like anything in life, if you want to succeed at something you should focus on your mistakes and learn from them rather than ignore them or feel bad about them.
4 Powerful Quotes to Help You Face Your Fears
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Quotes by Michael Strahan We are our own worst adversaries. You have more faith in yourself than anyone else. You can be successful if you can get over it. Don't worry about what others think of you. You only have one life to live.
You may restart whenever you want since "failure" is not falling down, but staying down. Mary Pickford's Seven times down, eight times up. Proverb from China Life would be a mistake without music. Nietzsche, Friedrich The only man who never makes a mistake is the man who does nothing at all.
Dissatisfaction with oneself. We frequently establish unreasonable expectations for ourselves. We make ourselves look tiny by making blunders. We grow terrified of failing in order to live up to our own standards. This is what causes people to shy away from challenges, avoid risk, and fear any form of failure or disappointment.
The more we worry about something, the less likely it is that we're going to be able to solve it. So if you want to gain confidence, stop worrying about failures, mistakes, and errors of judgment. The more you think about them, the worse they are going to be. Instead, focus on what you can do right now to fix the problem. That will give you much better results than fretting over what might happen.
We fear making mistakes because we think they mean we're not smart enough or capable enough. But the truth is, we all make mistakes; it's what men do. Only stupid people don't make mistakes. Therefore, your ability to admit you've made a mistake shows how intelligent you are.
The only way to not make a mistake is not to try anything new; but then you'll never learn anything new so you'll never grow as a person.
Confidence comes from within yourself only; it has nothing to do with others' opinions of you.