By Adriana Attento
Production is the very lifestyles strength that retains the complete Universe in movement. it's the all-powerful, limitless intelligence that every little thing is part of and hooked up to. This publication will exhibit stunningly attractive insights as to how one can encourage on a superb courting along with your internal creativity.
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People who are afraid of failure choose not to compete because they are afraid of losing or being exposed as weak or inadequate. People who are afraid of success, however, choose not to compete because they are afraid of winning. They procrastinate to hide their ambition, because they think there’s something wrong with being competitive in the first place. So they put off sending an application until it’s too late to be considered for a position; they delay training for a marathon run and thus cannot be a serious competitor in the race; they postpone studying, saying “grades aren’t all that important,” and take themselves out of the running for a scholarship for graduate school.
Then there’s the loser to contend with—someone might be hurt and withdraw from your relationship or may become angry enough to retaliate against you for winning. Whatever happens, someone ends up feeling bad—hurt, diminished, or left behind. Going after success feels like entering a dangerously aggressive world. These fears may be somewhat based on reality if you are in fact competing with someone who would be a sore loser, or they may be imaginative worries. Either way, these concerns feel real.
Excellence without Effort. The perfectionist believes that if one is truly outstanding, even difficult things should be easy. qxd:Layout 1 10/10/08 3:52 PM Page 25 Fear of Failing: The Search for Perfection 25 should flow ceaselessly! Studying should be pure intellectual joy! Decisions should be made immediately with total certainty! Using such impossible standards, a person who must work hard, or even exert a moderate amount of effort to get something done, is likely to feel inferior. A college physics major said, “If I can’t solve a problem instantly, I feel stupid.
Creativity: Its Glory, Its Splendor, & YOU by Adriana Attento