9 Fears You Will Regret Never Facing
Life’s toughest struggles are intended to make you better, not bitter. Your struggles with “losing” develop your greatest strengths.
Failure is not falling down; failure is staying down when you have the choice to get back up.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
The idea of no longer existing is more than just "fear of death". It arouses a primary existential anxiety in all normal humans.
The fear of heights or falling is basically the fear of extinction.
This is the fear of losing any part of our bodily structure or the thought of having our body's boundaries invaded.
Anxiety about animals, such as bugs, spiders, snakes, and other creepy things arises from fear of mutilation.
The fear of being immobilized, restricted, overwhelmed, entrapped, smothered, or otherwise controlled by circumstances beyond our control.
Fear of intimacy, or "fear of commitment," is basically fear of losing one's autonomy.
In the future, change is the only certainty.
Workers, employers, and education providers need to be agile, flexible and prepared to adapt as technology continues to interrupt industries and change the jobs available.
Until two decades ago, the general goal of colleges was for academic pursuits and teaching individuals to become more well-rounded. The general thought was that colleges were not vocational institutions.
Now, and possibly in the future, colleges will have to focus more on training and change their curriculum to meet the demands of employers.
A four-year college education remains the best choice for those who can get admitted to a selective university. But for everyone else, an alternative path might be the best way to go.
In the future, one training path will be company-sponsored apprenticeship programs to cover the skills missing between the secondary system and what employers are looking for.