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Playing with Fire🔥


Fear is a dangerous enemy. It’s one that we’ve all gone up against and one that has defeated many. As I work with women to help them reveal their power, the main road block they often face is fear. I know it all too well because I was stuck in it for about 5 years. Just stuck. I’m going to share 3 things that FEAR does to a person and 3 ways to overcome it! This is my firsthand experience, not something I’m thinking of. I’m telling you, I’ve been there, done that.

  1. CRIPPLE- fear will cripple your ability to do. Fear is the fire that will leave you stuck. You can get so stuck in your own insecurity and stuck into thinking about what others will think that you just avoid moving. Every urge inside of you wants for something but resting on fear literally cripples your ability to move

  2. LEAVE- once you are crippled by fear, you may notice that you are being left behind. This means that often times you sit back and watch others live out their dreams. You sit back and watch people past you by when they’re living their best lives. Fear will allow life to just move forward and leave. It doesn’t care that you’re left behind and stuck, others are just living.

  3. BLOCK- fear will hit you in the face and knock you right on down. Even if you’re stuck and life is passing you by, the one thing that fear does is blocks your vision. It blocks you from seeing past all of the fire to what you originally desired in the first place.

3 Things that I’ve experienced firsthand have helped me get over these fiery hurdles

  1. FAILURE- dreams aren’t perfect, failure is real. So once I decided that fear would never hold me hostage again, I failed. Womp, womp! I honestly believe that failing was pivotal for me. It definitely discouraged me but it also gave me a fight to not be defeated.

  2. SHARING- so I absolutely could have sat on that failure and act like it didn’t happen but the moment I opened my mouth to share that it did, doors opened. Share your story, your shortcomings and everything in between. Other people actually empowered me and shared their stories and helped ignite my fire to win.

  3. TRYING- I could have taken my blows or even just let fear continue to cripple me but I didn’t. I tried again and again and again and I’m still trying. I literally attack my goals. I create them and I give them my all. There’s a lesson and a blessing in everything.

Until next time,

Peace & Sweet Dreaming,

Kiylise Crutchfield, Chief Dream Engineer

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