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  • 01:00

    Is Fear of Failure real for Animals?

    in Pets

    Have you ever meet an animal that has Fear of Failure?

    Charlie KNOWS that animals can buy that they are "fearful".  Having spent time in an animal shelter, he has actually seen it first hand but, ...... a dog who will not wag his tail "cause he might not do it right", a cat who will not bounce "because if she does not do it perfect, the target will get away", a hawk who will not take the "death dive" to capture his prey "because some passer by may judge he is falling from the sky and be upset by his choice to Go For It”, ….. that seems  to be a choice an animal would not make!

    And...... while accompanying Suzy on some the adventures of expanding possibilities for animals and people he has deployed her on,  Charlie personally witnessed first hand many, many, many people who FROZE at the possibility that they might fail!!  Yep, chose not to do something, AT ALL, because they had no guarantee that they would succeed. So very perplexing to Charlie's "animal knowing" of life and living.  

    Charlie and  his "mouth piece" Suzy Godsey are elated to have Special Guests ~ Access Consciousness Certified Facilitator Jonas Svensson join them as they explore what appears to be a vast difference between people and animals, when it comes to fear of failure.  ~ Access Consciousness Certified FacilitatorSusan Lazar Hart with expansions on relationships and special appearances by Jason Rabineau and Deidra Hubenak.

    Please enjoy this exciting pre-record! Charlie & Suzy

  • 00:24

    Overcoming fear of failure

    in Lifestyle

    Do you think you may never succeed? Are you struggling with fear of failure? The fear of failure can be immobilizing, as it can cause you to do nothing, and therefore resist moving forward. When you allow fear to stop your forward progress in life, you're likely to miss some great opportunities. Either you are a speaker, teacher, musician, manager, professional, you can conquer your fear.

    Learn from this episode the practical principles to overcome any fear you have.

    Listen at WOLB 1010 AM station, 347-989-1700. 5pm ET

  • 01:01

    The Fear of Failure

    in Self Help

    In this insightful episode, top motivational speaker David Rutherford explains how to embrace the fear of failure and begin to use failure as a tool for success. David describes his experiences from his time in the SEAL Teams to highlight to incredible benefits that result from failing on a regular basis in life. He also outlines 4 useful tips to from his Froglogic Philosophy to help you learn to embrace your fear of failing. Don't miss David's high energy, motivational radio show. HOOYAH

    Top Motivational Speaker and Navy SEAL, David Rutherford ignites audiences with his high energy, no nonsense approach to motivating people to succeed in any environment imaginable. As a top Behavioral Training Specialist and Author, David motives people from all walks of life with his motivational philosophy called Froglogic. Derived from 20 years of personal exploration into the human condition David combines his incredible journey with 70 plus years of Navy SEAL operational, training and elite lifestyle performance successes. His masterful ability to inspire enables individuals and teams to forge their Self-Confidence and commit to living a TEAM LIFE.


  • 00:59

    Overcoming Fear and Failure

    in Christianity

    We will be identifying the tactics of the enemy in fear and failure

  • 00:19

    Overcoming Fear of Failure, Part 1 (Get Things Done! #17)

    in Self Help

    Proverbs 12:24 says: "The hand of the diligent [the faithful worker] shall bear rule: but the slothful [lazy worker] shall be under tribute."

    Our quote for today is from Napoleon Bonaparte. He said: "He who fears being conquered is sure of defeat."

    Today, in the Get Things Done podcast we are beginning with Part 1 of a new series titled, "Overcoming Fear of Failure". 

    Is there any one emotion that, more than any other, causes procrastination?

    Yes. Fear in its various guises is at the bottom of much of our procrastination. It figures especially in our putting off really important things, as distinguished from simply bothersome chores like cutting the grass or washing the car.

    What kinds of fear preclude action?

    Fear of failure, fear of self-disclosure, fear of ridicule, fear of the unknown, fear of falling short of perfection, fear of confrontation, fear of pain, fear of risk, even fear of success, to name just a few.

    And the most common of these is fear of failure. The realization that what you want to do may not work out, and that you will then have to admit to yourself and possibly to others that you didn't succeed. Many people are immobilized by such thoughts.

    But that's understandable, isn't it? You can't blame people for being afraid to stick their necks out when there's a chance they may lose them.

    True, but one's neck is seldom at stake, although we often act as if it were. Failure doesn't mean annihilation or disgrace or an end of opportunity. It usually means a temporary setback and nothing more. Thinking of it that way can preserve your morale, your optimism, your zest. In short, it can change your life.


  • 02:20


    in Relationships


    DC REAL TALK LIVE RADIO SHOW – TUESDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 6, 2015 FROM 10:00PM TO 12:00AM. (EST) – It’s happening already, we’re only a few days in the New Year and the enemy has already placed some stumbling blocks in your way. It’s his attempt to keep you from reaching your new goals that you have set for this year. And what’s amazing is the enemy didn’t have to work very hard at convincing you that you couldn’t do it because you already have a fear of failure in your spirit. It’s imperative that you find a way to beat the enemy and also overcome your fears. There’s much to do this year and you can no longer afford not to move forward. Join us on Tuesday evening with Kelsi M Arceneaux, David Massey Sr., and Tony L BWord as we discuss this topic. You’re more than welcome to call in and tell us about what fears are stopping you from moving forward. You can listen to our show by phone at (646) 721-9565 or anywhere in the world by internet.

  • 00:15

    How to conquer the Fear of Failure

    in Management

    Fear of Failure is one of the strongest cripplers of business today . Learn the nature of fear of failure and learn how to remove it from your life and business. When you do you will be set to prosper more than you can imagine !
    Learn why fear is such a powerful block for business people
    and how to over power it 

  • 00:14

    Overcoming Fear of Failure, Part 6 (Get Things Done! #22)

    in Goals

    Proverbs 6:10-11 says: "Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to sleep: So shall thy poverty come as one that travelleth, and thy want as an armed man."

    Our quote for today is from George Edward Woodberry. He said: "Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure."

    Today, in the Get Things Done podcast we are continuing with Part 6 of our series titled, “Overcoming Fear of Failure”.

    In our last episode, we talked about using imaging -- mentally envisioning ourselves doing that which we need to do -- as a way to overcome the fear of failure and get things done. Today, we are going to talk about another way to overcome the fear of failure.

    Instead of imagining yourself succeeding at the task, imagine everything going wrong, in the worst possible way. By exaggerating your fears you make them look ridiculous, and your sense of humor usually restores your perspective. Either that or you will realize that even the worst possible scenario isn't so terrible after all.

    Bertrand Russell was an advocate of this ploy. He urged considering "seriously and deliberately" the worst that could happen in any frightening situation. Then, he said, "having looked this possible misfortune in the face, give yourself sound reasons for thinking that after all it would be no such very terrible disaster. Such reasons always exist, since at the worst nothing that happens to oneself has any cosmic importance. When you have looked for some time steadily at the worst possibility and have said to yourself with real conviction, 'Well, after all, that would not matter very much,' you will find that your worry diminishes to a quite extraordinary extent."


  • 00:03

    The Art of Fear and Failure

    in Motivation

    3 Crucial Steps For Creating The Perfect Life | MP3 and PDF Download

    Go to: www.UltimateLife360.com

    You’ll also be able to watch a short video on how you can reprogram your habits of thinking for happiness and success.


    Inspiration of the Day

    “The worst thing one can do is not to try, to be aware of what one wants and not give in to it, to spend years in silent hurt wondering if something could have materialized – and never knowing.”

    David Viscott
    author of Emotional Resilience


    So Now What?

    To know what you want and do nothing to achieve it? That is a life unlived.

    But life can be scary especially when reaching for your dreams. What if you fail? Many if not most people are afraid of failing.

    And the fear is real. Everyone has it, even the successful.

    But it’s not fear that is the problem. It’s how you handle fear. It’s how you handle losing.

    Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, teaches this: The primary difference between a rich person and a poor person is how they handle that fear.

    Successful people fail. They fail all the time. But to them it’s not failure. It’s just one more step to the top of the mountain...

    To Continue Reading Go To MOJO WISDOM

  • 00:30

    Is This Fear of Failure

    in Family

    Have you had a time in your life that is seemed as though you couldn't do anything wrong? Everything was going your way? Then something happened that took that bounce out of your step? After that moment, no matter how hard you tried, success seemed to elude you. The harder you tried, the worse things seemed to get. Tiger Woods seems to be in this spot. Is he suffering from the fear of failure? Today we are going to discuss the article Tiger Woods withdraws from Player after front-nine 42 - http://tinyurl.com/6eqp72m . 

  • 00:26

    Wednesday Wisdom Radio ~ Fear of Failure or Fear of Success?

    in Women

    We are SO ahead of ourSelf planning to get that call to be on stage delivering our great work, or failing miserably that all of our time and energy is spent in the "What if's" as opposed to supporting our energy in the Moment.  Yes, this moment.  What if we could gather all of our energy, focus and presence Right Now?   What if we delighted in turning on our own unique brand of Awesome and just BE our biggest, brightest Light of Essence?  Now, that's what I'm talking about!!  (Note to Self, listen in, this one's for you!)