Fear of Vocational Failure

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There is a fear of failure at one’s chosen career or vocation.  Also, there is a fear of failure in business or in performance of one’s duty.  The common notion that success is good and failure bad is a myth.  Walt Disney went bankrupt in business several times before “Mickey Mouse Land” was founded.  A large percentage of the leaders of the Fortune 500 companies have attributed their “current success” in life to difficulties, hardships, and past failures.  The successes and failures of our vocational lives are here to teach us and prepare us for the next level of life.  Fear can limit you or it can guide you.  Fear can paralyze you or energize you. The master turns his fear into fuel to propel himself forward.  Winston Churchill said, “Most of the things I feared in life never came to pass.”

 

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