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Fear of failure is a very real thing for high-achievers.

That feeling of working so hard for so long, only to eventually lose what you’ve worked for.

In this post, I wanna show you how to overcome that fear of failure with a simple, systematic, and methodical process…

One of my mentors told me recently that “people would rather hate on winners than dealing with their own incompetence.”

If energy is our most valuable resource, why do these people spend that energy hating on people who’re winning? It’s weird. The real question they should be asking instead of spewing hate is, “How can I make this work for me?”

This behavior is deeply rooted inside their belief system. And it’s holding them back from becoming the version of themselves the people around them deserve.

Memorize this formula:



  • Your beliefs control your quality of thinking…
  • Your thoughts control your actions…
  • And your actions control your results…

So if you’ve ever struggled with the fear of failure, this is also rooted inside your belief system.

And if you want to overcome this, you have to systematically attack those limiting beliefs and replace them with new, empowering ones — I’ll show you how in just a second…

This isn’t some woo-woo concept or rah-rah motivation. Elite athletes work just as much with physical and technical coaches as with sport psychologists and mindset trainers.

The best way I’ve found to overcome those limiting beliefs is through something I call “Doppelganger Design.” I teach exactly how to use this inside my Be More Become Great workshop, but…

If you’re interested in making the fear of failure a thing of the past, I’ve set aside some free consultations to help you overcome this. This is not a sales call. It’s a training session. But, if you might be a good fit for the workshop, I might extend an invitation to you to learn more about what it is and how it works.

Click this link and schedule your free call now >>

Whether or not you decide to become a client, you WILL walk away from this call with renewed clarity on your next move.