Face your fears

The fear of facing your fears is harder to overcome than the fear itself. Dale Carnegie said, “Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer your fears, don’t sit at home and think about it. Go outside and get busy!” Doubt has killed more dreams than failure ever has.

‘what if’ + fear
“even if” = faith

Deep down inside every person knows that beyond our fears is freedom. So, do one thing everyday that scares you. Make that call 📲 . Sign up for that class 🏫 . Share your story 📖 . Share your faith. Ask that beautiful girl on a date 💃 . The fears we don’t face become our limits.

It is only when we are no longer afraid that we truly begin to live! Don’t ask “what if?” Proclaim “even if!”


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Dr. Joel Johnson

Dr. Joel Johnson is the President of Joel Johnson Ministries (501(c)3 Charity) and founder of the Dark Horse Initiative. Dark Horse’s vision is to see “every underdog an overcomer” and exists to “inspire underdogs to actualize their highest potential” through the Five Pillars of transformation: Faith, Friends, Family, Fitness, and Finances.

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