Legacy Chat – Something that scared you, but you were able to overcome

What are you afraid of?

At some point in our lives, we will all face fear. It might be a fear of heights, of public speaking, or of failure. Whatever the fear may be, it can have a paralyzing effect on our lives. However, fear does not have to be a negative force in our lives. Instead, it can be a motivating factor that propels us to take action and achieve our goals.

The first step to overcoming fear is to identify what it is that we are afraid of. Once we have done that, we can start to put things into perspective. We can ask ourselves whether the fear is rational or irrational. If it is irrational, then we can begin to challenge our thinking and start to see the fear for what it is: an unfounded belief that is holding us back. If the fear is rational, then we can start to develop a plan to address it. We can break the fear down into smaller manageable parts and take things one step at a time.

The most important thing to remember is that fear is normal and natural. It is not something to be ashamed of. It is something that we all feel at times. The key is to not let fear control our lives. We can overcome fear by facing it head-on and taking action despite our fears.


Q1. Is there something you were afraid that you were able to overcome?
Q2. What were you afraid of?
Q3. What made you decide to overcome it? Was it voluntary?
Q4. Who was with you when you overcame this fear?
Q5. What happened in the moment when you overcame this fear?
Q6. When did this moment happen?
Q7. Where did this moment happen?
Q8. Why did this moment happen? #fear
Q9. Why is this moment important to you? #fear
Q10. How does this moment make you feel? #fear
Q11. What do you want people to remember about this moment? #fear

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