Posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012
in Emotional, Relational, Social, Spiritual, Values
While driving through the mountains of Colorado more than once I felt afraid. While there are times when fear is unwarranted, trying to drive along a road, without guardrails, with blind curves which with almost 180-degree turns, I felt the discomfort — my fear — was justified.
Some fears are justified, some not. Sometimes we’re blinded by fear. 1
Blinded By Fear
Robert McGee has identified nine reactions — what I’m calling blind spots — people have when encumbered by a fear of failure.
Yesterday I identified the first four reactions, here are the other five: