FEAR MEANS YOU’RE CLOSE TO TRUTH

Verrry interesting post several days ago over at SAMBA.  I’m really loving their blog.  It’s a group of nine brilliant people who are participating in an A-lternative MBA program to learn everything they can from S-eth Godin about business.  Thus SAMBA.

Anyway, their post about refining goals really hit home.

3 Responses to FEAR MEANS YOU’RE CLOSE TO TRUTH

  1. stephanie says:

    i liked that too. good to be reminded of.

  2. Fay says:

    Hmmm. Lots of good stuff here, especially about refining goals and recognizing how fear can paralyze us. Reminded me of my article, The Most Regrettable Failure, where I rerlaized my fear of failure was born of fear of lost time.
    Unfortunately, there are also several assumptions about the role of fear that are presented as truth. Fear may be an indication that you are close to truth, but it is not a prerequisite, any more than it is prerequisite of failure.

  3. gilliebean says:

    Very good point. They present as an absolute something that is only sometimes a symptom.

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