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5 Reasons Why People Have
a Fear of Success

by Kevin Hogan

Page 2

Five Reasons Why People Have A Fear Of Success

Read the list. Look deep down inside yourself and analyze if any of them sound true to you. Pay special attention to the reasons you deny especially hard! Are you trying to prove anything to yourself or me?

Remember, I don't know what's going on in your mind, you only think I do!!

Sometimes things aren't what they appear to be.

Reason #1: It Will Change Me

"If I achieve that goal, I won't be who I am, I'll change somehow ... I will lose my personality."
Reach Your Goals Very often people are afraid that if they reach their goal, they will have to stop being who they are and start playing someone else's role.

Underline that. Remember it. Read it again.

It's big.

I was in Bulgaria in November. I had a conversation with one person who said that a lot of people in their country tie success into corruption and criminal activity!

You must realize that you will have to change. But it doesn't mean that it will be some freaky change. Life is a constant motion, a constant change. It throws down a challenge "Change or get left behind."

That's what keeps us growing, moving forward, getting rid of the obstacles that slow us down.

Is someone asking you to turn into an evil, bloodthirsty monster?

You can be a wonderful person, both spiritually and materially wealthy and still be tolerated by the majority of the people out there.

:-)

Success is often tied to all kinds of weird beliefs that have been squished into our minds. But the fact is, that achievement is something that is very good indeed and in all candor ... do you want your kids to be successes ... or failures?

Then, why not yourself?

Reason #2: I Don't Deserve It

"I'm not worth it. I don't deserve to be successful."
This problem is the biggie.

First of all, you have to be honest enough with yourself to admit that you do have a challenge with your self-worth, yes?

... and can you admit that you think you don't deserve to be successful. Most of the time, people aren't that honest with themselves. Self-deception is the easiest form of deception there is!

People hide the true reason behind many little, unimportant reasons, and the feeling that "I am not worthy!" is hiding behind closed doors.

You can't treat the cause if you can't find it. But I want you to realize that being straight with yourself is one of the most important factors of achieving anything important in life.

There are many other reasons for Fear of Success caused by a crummy self-image.

One of them is a lack of belief in your own ability to sustain progress, and maintain the accomplishments you have achieved in your life.

Sometimes you think, "dang, I think I just got totally lucky ..."

Another: The belief that there are others out there who are better and smarter than you, who will replace or displace you (and let me tell you that you are RIGHT!) There ARE people better and smarter than you and there always will be, but there are also millions of people who don't hold a candle to you!


What's the third reason?



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Kevin Hogan
Network 3000 Publishing
3432 Denmark #108
Eagan, MN 55123
(612) 616-0732

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