Face Your Fears and Do That Thing You're Scared Of

Hey there!

I’ve got a confession to make… I’ve really been slacking on these emails. It’s been, what, six months since you’ve last heard from me?

But don’t worry, I’m back. And I’m trying out a new format. Here are the details:

This is the Monday Meaning newsletter, a weekly newsletter where we share helpful tips and resources to help you get just that much closer to achieving your dreams this week.

Our goal is to inspire as many people as we can to live out their dreams in life. So if you don’t feel inspired to go for your goals after reading each week’s email… well, we didn’t do a very good job, now did we?!

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Annnnyway, here’s what we’re covering this week: Facing your fears and stepping out of your comfort zone.

Let’s get to it!


Lesson of the Week

3 weeks ago I did one of the scariest things I've ever done.

I quit my job to go all in on myself.

Now, was it a risky move? Depending on how you look at it, maybe. But in my opinion you want to know what’s more risky?

Playing it safe your entire life and never finding out what you’re capable of. Never taking a chance on yourself. Never taking a leap of faith or making calculated bets. Not investing in your own happiness and fulfillment.

But the most risky thing of all?

Waiting for life to happen to you and looking back with regret at the chances you didn’t take.

So yeah, that’s exactly what I was thinking when I made the decision to quit my job and go all in on myself.

I was thinking about how I want to live my life. I was thinking about looking back on this moment in ten years and wondering what the older version of myself would think.

I was thinking about the regret I would feel if I didn't at least try to go out there and build something of my own.

Sure, it was scary. It was probably the scariest thing I’ve done thus far in my life.

But what was even scarier was the feeling of regret I know I would feel if I let fear get in the way of building the life I always wanted to live.

I'm not saying you should quit your job or move across the world and start over.

But what you should do is take a chance on yourself... no matter how big or small it may be.

You're capable of more than you give yourself credit for. You're capable of staring fear straight in the face and doing that thing you always dreamed of doing.

So go do that thing. Face your biggest fears. Step out of your comfort zone.

Bet on yourself.

It might just be the best decision you ever make.

Quote of the Week

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”

- Neal Donald Walsch | American Author

Resource of the Week

How to Leave Your Comfort Zone and Enter Your Growth Zone

I know, I know. Stepping out of your comfort zone can be absolutely terrifying.

But it’s necessary.

In fact, stepping out of your comfort zone is literally the only way to grow in life.

I thought I’d share the below article on what it takes to do that thing. To do that thing that scares you. That thing that seems unimaginable.

To step out of your comfort zone, even when you don’t want to, and enter the zone of life where you grow beyond what you once thought was possible.

Question of the Week

What’s one thing that you want to do more than anything in life and what’s the thing that’s currently stopping you from doing it?

Thanks for reading this week’s edition of the Monday Meaning newsletter. Let me know what you thought by dropping a reply to this email! Until next week…

Never stop dreaming 🤙🏼



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