Do You Have Faith, Or Do You Have Fear?

Do You Have Faith, Or Do You Have Fear?

 

Webster Dictionary defines faith as “something that is believed with strong conviction. A belief and trust in and loyalty to someone and / or something. 

Webster Dictionary defines fear as “to feel fear in oneself, to be afraid or apprehensive. It implies anxiety and usually loss of courage (otherwise known as fear of the unknown). 

How much faith do you have in yourself? How much fear do you have in yourself? If you have more faith than fear, then you are better than most people in network marketing and entrepreneurship. The best thing to do is to continue and improve even further your personal development and self-discovery skills. If you have more fear than faith, then you need to work on and improve your personal development and self-discovery skills so you can be successful.

Faith will get you everywhere; fear will get you nowhere. Faith will make you want to learn more and invest more time not only on yourself, but also in your network marketing and entrepreneur business. With faith, you progress and you move forward; you have a vision that drives you and propels you forward. With fear, you remain neutral, and you propel backward because you are not learning, not taking any effort, and you have no motivation, desire, or vision for that matter. And you will have no business.

Do you have faith, or do you have fear? Watch the video below to find out, and what you can do to improve in either case.

 

Do You Have Faith Or Do You Have Fear? (Video):

 

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Embrace the power of mindset within you, for the power of your mind will set you free.

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Colleen Burns

EMAIL: colleen@colleenburns.net

SKYPE: colleen.burns62

PS: To rid your negativity and fears, click here… https://colleenburns.net/products/the-e-book-library/

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