CML 011: Getting Past Fear of “NO”

February 22, 2014 — 2 Comments

I recently wrote a blog post after reading an awesome post by Jeff Goins. In this podcast, I expand on it a bit and talk about moving past fear and stepping out into things that promote personal growth and confidence.

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Do you have a fear of “NO?” How are you going to move past it and step out?

  • Josh Merritt

    Great Podcast. The truth is, most musicians have lots of fears. Even the great ones. Fear is, on some occasions, what motivates good musicians to become great. Sometimes I think we are creatures fueled by affirmation. It is that fear of failure that makes us to seek the approval from others. Potentially robbing us from being uniquely original and totally creative!

    Thanks man.

    • I agree, Josh. Fear can motivate us to do our best or it can stifle creativity and lead us to pull back and just do what everyone else is doing.

      Thankfully, we can decide for ourselves how we handle fear.

      I have a long way to go, but, I’m working on it. :0)