It’s interesting that in a bookstore personal development books are in the area of new age material. Isn’t this really old age material?
This is a combination of confidence, vision, focus and the knowledge that once something is started it will be finished in one form or another. If you see that you can handle what you take on, you tend to meet the challenges head on and get them done. You feel like you can do more and more. To others, this shows up as boldness will, but to you, you know you can do it.It is a fact that every healthy baby on the planet is bold enough to do an extremely brash thing–to stand, to step, and eventually to walk when they have absolutely no prior experience from which to draw.
People who are not bold typically become that way by not following through. Because there is no payoff for their investment of effort and resources, they start to feel foolish for trying anything.
These people tend to stay well within an ever contracting comfort zone. They will see the most basic actions taken by someone who gets results as to bold to be safe for them. They become less and less willing to step out and do something new, and they tend to oppose those in their circle of influence who might urge them to do so.
This is how fear sets in and takes control of one’s life. Of course, it isn’t required to take bold decisions in life. But conversely, if decisions that are made are not followed through on, these people often shrink back to and use anger as a tool to keep the world at bay. They feel justified because their decisions do not reap rewards, yet they are blind to the fact that this was caused by their own in action.
The cost of not following through on decisions is pervasive.Personal development is our business and our life.
http://www.prosperyourmind.com http://blog.prosperyourmind.com In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.