GET OVER IT
October 31st, 2016
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Get over your need to deny that you're afraid.
Admit that you're afraid.
Come to grips with the fact that you're human.
Make mistakes and learn from them.
Have the courage to move forward and try again.
Try new strategies.
Make new mistakes.
Learn from each experience.
Ask any master of any skill and you’ll learn that no one ever started out as a
master. They took the time to learn, practice and perfect. It takes TIME to
master any skill and the ability to LISTEN to those you trust enough to
To put it in different words, most guys don't take action because they're
afraid that they'll screw up, or that the woman or others around will judge
them. When you do nothing, you get nothing as a result. And, this is true
100 percent of the time. When you give it a shot, at least you have a shot!
NEVER PUT TOO MUCH IMPORTANCE ON WHAT ANY WOMAN
THINKS OF YOU, NOR WHAT HAPPENS IN ANY SITUATION OF
Before women even have a chance to think about the situation rationally,
they are probably already nervous, insecure, and upset. This is because
before they can even focus on what you might be thinking of them or the
situation, they are worried about what everyone is thinking about them and
the impression they are making. This is human nature. This is normal. So
give yourself a break! They probably haven’t even noticed you yet.
I'm sure you know EXACTLY what I'm talking about because this just
Worse, sometimes we are more worried about what our families or peer
groups will think about the outcome than what we might actually think about
the outcome ourselves. So, spending time figuring out just what we are
afraid of is the first step toward attacking the problem and achieving success.
At one time, I thought about this instant, automatic fear that came up for me
in different situations with women. I finally realized that what I was really
thinking was "I don't want to screw this up" or "I don't want her to think that
I'm a dork"...
But all of a sudden it dawned on me, that I didn’t really even care what she
thought of me at all. All that anxiety was about nothing!