Let me ask you a question.
How much longer do you plan to remain afraid of flying?
A month? A year? A decade?
It’s an important question. Why?
Because every day you delay taking action is another day of living an UNFULFILLED life.
How do I know?
Because I’ve experienced that world myself.
In fact, as you may already know, I was so scared of flying, I didn’t step on a plane for several years.
A restricted life that was frustrating – and depressing.
Over time, as I lived out this second-rate existence, it dawned on me that you only live once (yep – it was a slow realization).
At the same time, I figured that your whole life is simply a collection of individual days.
Therefore, the more GOOD days you have, the BETTER your life. And vice-versa.
That was when I decided I must cut the number of days in the future in which flying continued to be an issue.
Of course, there was only one way to do that: by taking on my fear IMMEDIATELY.
Why am I telling you this?
Because, if you’re like most people, too much of your time on planet Earth has already been undermined by fear.
That’s time you CAN’T get back.
But the good news is this: YOU control the future.
That’s why I ask you to do one thing the SECOND you finish this post: decide how much longer you plan to remain afraid of flying.
Once you’ve made your decision, I’d love to hear it – and your reasoning. So leave me something in the comments.