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The reality is our fears are often not reasonable, rational or well-grounded. In fact numerous clinical scientific studies have found that our brains are wired to over-estimate some risks in life and underestimate our ability to handle them. This fear drives us not to take chances and make changes in our life when, what we should be more afraid of is what our lives will look like if we don’t make any. Fear is one potent and indispensable emotion. It can save your life but it can also stifle it. Profoundly. Know what to fear… and not what risks to embrace.
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