Fear-setting is an exercise that allows you to engage in “premeditatio malorum” (i.e. “the pre-meditation of evils”) to overcome your fears and prevent paralysis by analysis. It involves three activities:
There’s a good chance that there will come a time during this upcoming school year in which you (or someone you know) will find yourself hesitating to do something that you know you need/want to do but feel too afraid to take action.
I made a Fear-Setting Booklet to help you complete the reflection that Tim Ferriss shares in the video above. I hope it helps you overcome your fears and close the gap between you and your goals!
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