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TYPES OF FEAR AND ACTION TO OVERCOME THEM:

Embarrassment because of personal appearance: Practise better grooming.

Fear of losing an important customer: Build confidence by giving better service.

Fear of falling examination: Convert worry time to study time.

Fear of things beyond your control: Pray.

Fear of being physically hurt by something you can’t control: Switch attention to something else.

Fear of what other people may think and say: Make sure your plan is right, then do it.

Fear of making investment: Analysis, Decide and trust your decision.

Fear of people: Think other people is also a human being.

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Always remember your brain is much like a bank, where thoughts get deposited. You can never withdraw the thought that you never deposited. Always make sure the thought you deposit will be the one you’ll be looking for when you withdraw. Never deposit negative thoughts like fear.

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Always deposit only positive thoughts. Everyone goes through unpleasant and discouraging situation. Negative thoughts will only produce needless wear and tear to the mental memory which lead to frustration and disappointment. Always think about some things positive when negative thoughts enter in...

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Withdraw only positive thoughts: Destroy the negative thoughts before they becomes mental monster. Negative thoughts are fertilised by repeated thoughts which will break confidence and eventually create psychological difficulties. Be it big or small if anyone knows how to withdraw the positive th...

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BUILD CONFIDENCE AND DESTROY FEAR:

Lack of confidence is created by fear. Fear is real and the sure of the fear is not just an imagination. Imagining you don’t have fear might help in short run but will never benefit in log run. Even though fear is real, it’s psychological. Admitting no one is born with confidence, it is just the ...

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