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What Is Fear-Based Motivation And Does It Work?

negative thinking is the problem with fear-based motivation. It forces us to put our attention on what is wrong or what could go wrong instead of anticipating and celebrating what is right. This, in turn, narrows our focus and prevents us from seeing the bigger picture.When your brain senses a threat, whether it’s a rattlesnake hiding in the grass or the possibility of being laughed at in your bikini, your brain will move you into a protective stance. Your vision narrows and you prepare to fight, flee or freeze.You can probably imagine what this looks like in the case of a rattlesnake, but how does this impact your bikini experience?

Imagine that you plan a beach vacation with your friends three months from now. The first thing you picture

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