Fong Chua: Break Through Fear by Seeking Knowledge

We are afraid of things that have never happened.

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Humans over complicate even the simplest of things. 

It is in our nature to protect ourselves by analyzing the dangers first and creating fears about things that yet happened. It’s the way we prepare ourselves for the worst. 

When we know that this is how we work, we can acknowledge our fear and not allow it to dictate our outcomes. From there we can learn. Seek as much knowledge surrounding the things we fear, understand the risks, find a guide who has been through it, and build confidence around taking the next steps.

If you want to make a change you have to take the risk. Change is hard. But nothing that is worthwhile comes easily. There are ways to manage your fears. You just have to take a step forward, keep moving, and know that it might not always be perfect but at least it’s movement. 

Fong Chua is an entrepreneur, business strategist, real estate investor, speaker, and best-selling author. He has successfully unlocked many of his client’s potentials. Demonstrating how they can achieve more than they have ever thought possible. He has been able to inspire and bring to reality authors, entrepreneurs and speakers. Coming up with branding, marketing, positioning strategies that increase his client’s businesses and exposure, along with working on his client’s networking, relationship building, and public speaking skills, is what Fong does best. You can also find Fong on his podcast The PEAK Potential Success Show and weekly video series Make More Mind Bites on his youtube channel.

In this episode we dive into how to break through our status quo, break through our fear, and take the first steps towards our future when it seems too challenging. 

Learn how to manage your risk-taking by seeking knowledge by downloading this episode now.

“Your first action doesn’t have to be perfect, but as long as you’re moving forward, you’re growing.”  

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  • Nothing worthwhile is easy.
  • If you’re looking at things from a fear-based outlook, that’s what you’re going to get.
  • We are afraid of things that have never happened. 
  • Find somebody who has achieved the things that you want and talk to them. 
  • When you have the entrepreneurial mindset, your end result is never the end. 
  • Today is the day to unlock your potential. 
  • As long as you stay persistent it doesn’t matter how long it takes. 
  • The more information you have to take informed risks, the easier making changes will be. 
  • If you don’t want to seek your own knowledge, you’ll have to pay someone to do it for you. 

“Today is the day to unlock your potential.” 

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