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Whether it's quitting your job, kissing a girl, or something else that's making knots in your stomach -- there's no magical technique. You have to free your mind and just go for it.
Step 1: Set a limit on worrying
Set a time limit on worrying. For five minutes, focus hard on your fears and the worst possible outcomes you can imagine. Then, stop and move on.
Step 2: Visualize
Motivate yourself by visualizing completing the desired action and imagining the positive feelings of relief and accomplishment you will have later.
Meditate and chant a positive mantra.
Step 3: Prepare
Rehearse your actions in front of a mirror until you feel more confident.
Step 4: Release tension
Be aware of the tension in your body. Focus on your breathing as you relax each of your muscles to release it.
Step 5: Take the first step
Set things in motion by doing the simplest part first. No matter how big your task, remember that every journey begins with a single step.
Did You Know?
A 37-year-old woman named Hilary Lister became the first quadriplegic woman to sail solo around Britain in 2009.
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