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Fear Can Be Our Worst Enemy Or Our Best Friend

Charles (Chazz) Scott, Nucleus Team Member, Positively Caviar, Inc | 8/17/2018, 6 a.m.
"If we know that fear can hold us back from what we really want in our lives, why do we ...
Charles (Chazz) Scott, Nucleus Team Member, Positively Caviar, Inc. Courtesy Photo

This is the reason why after a couple of seconds of noticing what my body was doing, I knew I had just the right amount of courage to stand up, walk to the microphone and ask my question related to attribution with regards to cyber security attacks. This is exactly what I did at the NSA’s 2017 Information Assurance Symposium (IAS) in front of hundreds of people.

Fear can either be your worst enemy or it can be used to your advantage in a work situation, in your relationships, and in accomplishing your goals. It’s our job to become conscious of how our mind and body operates in moments of fearful or stressful situations and implement the strategies needed to overcome them.

Your life is waiting. Everything that you want in life is on the other side of fear. Build your courage. Become aware of your negative thoughts and push yourself past our primitive nature to become the master of your destiny.

Fear can be your worst enemy or it can be your best friend that pushed you to reach your fullest potential. You choose.

Positively Caviar, Inc. is a nonprofit organization focused on a message of positivity and optimism. Once a month, our Nucleus Team writes a column focused on mental and physical health tips, scientific studies, nutrition facts and stories that are positive in nature to support a purposeful and positive lifestyle. To learn more about our organization, the nucleus team or how you join our positive movement, visit: staybasedandpositive.com