Becoming a Fear Hacker Keeps You on Course – Daily Quote


I confront fear every morning. No, I am not an undercover, special agent or a fugitive fleeing from the authorities, I am an ordinary, everyday fear hacker. Back in the caveman days, that sensation in the pit of our stomachs developed to keep us safe. But I haven’t seen any saber-tooth tiger roaming suburbia lately. So instead of pulling the covers over my head, I invite it in for a conversation.

By doing so, I have discovered fear’s virtues. This feeling lets me know I am alive. It is a motivator. It focuses my thoughts and grounds me in the present. Inside of fear lives instinct and intuition, two keys to helping me make quick decisions and get my work done faster. Doing scary things means I am on the right path. Coming to terms with fear has made it my greatest asset and best ally.

How can you become a fear hacker?


Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

8 thoughts on “Becoming a Fear Hacker Keeps You on Course – Daily Quote

  1. I have always regarded myself as ‘fearless’ in as much that I don’t get scared that often. But in retrospect, I must just handle it better than most! You’re right in saying that instinct and intuition live inside fear, and the way we handle it is key…

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