TMAD’s very own Qing Hammel discusses overcoming your fears

Inc.com discusses with TMAD Franchise Owner Qing Hammel the idea of fear in the entrepreneurial world, the best ways to face fear, and how to overcome it to find real success.

Deciding to become a Franchise Owner is often an intimidating prospect for many entrepreneurs, but as Qing admits you’re more than likely to hear that inner voice trying to make a positive change and make that leap.

Some things Qing kept wondering:

  • “Your career encounters a bottleneck and does not give you the desired opportunity to grow.
  • You do not feel challenged anymore in your current role.
  • Your procrastination results in the loss of opportunities, and you repeatedly tell yourself and others, “This is what I could/should have done.”

However the challenge to overcome these thoughts is tough, but Qing points to a Japanese proverb that has helped her in overcoming her fears,

“Fear is only a feeling of yours. You are the master of it. Take small but solid steps to face it, question it and, eventually, overcome it. Focus on your goal and go toward it. Something invaluable will be waiting for you along the journey–knowledge, skills, experience, wisdom, compassion, courage and confidence. It is a rewarding journey, and you will have fun.”

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