… there’s an “arctic blast” making
it’s way across the United States.
Freezing rain, sleet and snow.
So last night, after a late game of
Skip Bo, I headed to Walmart with a
friend to stock up, just in case.
Better safe than sorry right?
25 degrees, a few slick spots on the
driveway but no “arctic blast.”
Ever see “The Abominable Snowman Of
The Himalayas”? (Watch the trailer)
It’s a movie about a British
scientist who joins an American
expedition to search the Himalayas
for the legendary Yeti (aka Bigfoot).
I remember being scared to death by
this movie as a child. It’s probably
why I hate horror flicks today.
But guess what?
They never actually show Bigfoot in
the movie, only his eyes.
Everything else is left to your imagination.
“We suffer more often in imagination
than in reality.” — Seneca
Have you noticed that 99% of life
isn’t nearly as bad as we first imagined?
Most fear, as Zig Ziglar observed, is
“false evidence appearing real.”
There are things that we should fear,
and then there’s “The Abominable
Snowman Of The Himalayas.”
What’s the false evidence appearing
real in your life or work?
My experience and observation is that
fear is a coward. It’s a like a
bully, stand up and it backs down.
Today, face your fear. Do something
that makes you feel uncomfortable.
What happens may surprise you.
P.S. Look for an email later today
with a simple question that will help
you get more of what you want in 2018.
P.P.S. Got your breakthrough yet?
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