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The Fear Myth

Fear is nothing but anticipation of failure. It isn’t real. It’s something that our minds conjure up to prevent us from taking action toward our goals.

Fear means looking into the future to some imagined catastrophe that may or may not (and probably won’t) happen.

Fear can be overcome by action. Action breeds confidence, and the more we act, the less real our fears become.

Action allows us to see our fears for what they really are: figments of our imagination. We need to wake up and realize this to have mastery over that which we fear so we can truly be happy, as happiness is directly correlated to achieving goals.

Create your own environment instead of being a product of it, because, in the end, it’s all about taking our collective talents and resources, pooling them together and creating massive value for this world. And leaving our legacy on this planet.

Where do you wannna be in 10 years? The time is gonna pass anyway. Might as well take the next 10 years to become who you wanna be, to realize your time is limited, and to act accordingly.

Where do you wannna be in 10 years? The time is gonna pass anyway. Might as well take the next 10 years to become who you wanna be, to realize your time is limited, and to act accordingly.

The New Year Replaces the Old

As I look back and reflect on the year just passed, I realize that 2013 taught me a lot.

I’ve learned that people will often surprise you in the best possible ways.
That wonderful people will show up just when the timing is right.
That love and compassion are paramount.
That problems will arise and how we deal with them is the most important thing.
That no matter what happens, always move forward, and when you fall, fall forward.
That change is good, but transformation is better.

For the coming year, I will strive, not for mere change but for transformation.
To become the best version of myself.
To embrace challenges.
To let moments of frustration be transformed by love into opportunities for compassion.

I will strive to use my body more, both for work and for helping others find healing through loving connections, for my body is the best instrument I have for these purposes.
I will strive to practice moment-to-moment being.
To invite consistency.
And, most importantly, to embrace with gratitude each day I’m blessed to live.

There is so much negativity assailing us from every direction at all times, so I want to be a force opposing that negativity with as much love, joy, peace, compassion, and positivity as I can muster.

These are the things I desire for 2014, and I want them so much for you as well.

One day goodness will engulf us and we will be bathed in light.

Peace, joy, and prosperity to you and yours this new year.

Donovan