Many individuals do not know this, but acquiring the quality of being fearless is a self-taught one. We go throughout our professional and personal careers wondering if we have what it takes to move forward. The quality that helps us achieve our goals to the maximum potential is fearlessness. Being fearless paves the way for courage to help you achieve opportunities. By simply taking it one step at a time, towards your desired destination you have to create a future that is bigger and much different for yourself. “It just takes one step. A single step of confidence and fearlessness, and you can train your mind to overtake any kind of trouble and turn it into reaching your goals,” says Nikesh Patel, managing director of HRS Invictus.
One of the critical factors that we think can help you build and develop yourself to be fearless is in fact training. “When you work out or start lifting weights, you start gradually. You’ll begin with smaller weights and then work your way up. Similarly to being brave and courageous, it’s a mental exercise that requires the first step of being fearless,” says Nikesh Patel of HRS Invictus. According to Success Magazine, in an article, Margie Warrell writes, “If you haven’t lifted weights for a while (or ever), lifting 5 pounds may push your limits. But if you train every day, over time 5 pounds will start to feel pretty light, and soon you’ll be looking for the 10-pound weights.The same is true of bravery: It’s like a muscle. If you keep showing up, keep practising, and don’t let discomfort deter you, over time those initial acts of courage become less daunting, and you find yourself doing bigger and braver things… with less effort than you expected. That’s because courage is a skill, and like all skills, it can be learned and mastered. It just takes a committed effort. As you grow more comfortable with being uncomfortable, fewer things will scare you. It’s by acting as though you are fearless that you start to actually fear less. Once you own them, tame them, flip them and take action, any lingering fears will be easily managed, until they shrink and fade away.”
“Building this type of endurance takes time, and due to that we are always consistently working on courage and fearless abilities. Rather than stepping away from a challenge, we embrace it and combat it because, in the end, it helps us become what we envision ourselves to be,” says Nikesh Patel of HRS Invictus