I used to be scared of cooking, and well, mostly just messing up cooking. I’ve definitely done it plenty of times. It’s one area of life that I’ve really pushed through fear (out of necessity) to find a place of enjoyment. That’s the analogy for today: we’re talking about food, but it’s more than that. … More What’s the WORST that could happen?
Yesterday, my wife and I drove over 1000 miles in one day. We loved sharing the day via FACEBOOK LIVE with family and friends across the country. The interactions helped the day go by so much faster and we had fun making them. I didn’t want to attempt something that might “fail” because traveling that … More Raw and unedited from the road!
Do you ever say, “NO” to something because you might fail or fail someone or look like a failure or whatever other “fail phrase” makes sense? Me too. Too often, I might add. Although, the past few years have gotten a TON better. This series confronts the fact that FEAR LIES to us everyday. No, … More I sent the email.
I totally balked. Sorry for the sports analogies, but I played tons of sports as a kid and even though I don’t play (or watch) them as much as I used to, they are still a part of my DNA. If you don’t know, a balk in baseball is when a pitcher makes a move … More I gave into the fear.
The third day in the book I’m reading asks people to consider their “inner daring.” What is it that is deep down inside you? What would you dare to do if you knew you’d succeed? Even then, would there be doubts in your mind? Today isn’t as much of a practical step into fear, but … More Daring.
I went to bed after making the Day 1 video of my new series and I felt great about the start and the quality. Then the fear monsters came in when I woke up yesterday. I was beginning a new adventure and the doubt and questions began to rise. Have you been there? It would’ve … More I almost quit.