Just when the caterpillar thought the world was ending he changed into a butterfly. 

Fear is healthy. It’s telling you to pause and think. It might stop you for a moment. It should not stop you from continuing if you are passionate about what you are doing, are confident, and believe in your team.  

Expect a Few Bumps 

The difference between people that succeed and fail, is those who succeed not only understand that they will encounter challenges, they expect them. When they get to a bump they already know how to make the decision to continue. They made the decision to continue before they got started. 

Look at Your Roadmap 

If you are prepared you should have a roadmap, a plan to follow. When you feel afraid, look at the map. Read where you expected a bump to occur and how you expected to deal with it. This will give you confidence, and help you to move forward. 

Trust the Heart to Work with the Head 

There comes a leap in consciousness, call it intuition or what you will, and the solution comes to you, and you don’t know how or why - Albert Einstein 

Never make a decision when you are afraid. Fear leads to poor choices. Worry interferes electrically and chemically with the mind and the heart. Whatever you decide, stick to it. Don’t second-guess yourself. If you start doubting your decision, remind yourself that there’s a reason you chose it. You don’t need to remember the details. Trust yourself.

Daniel Stih 

Pioneer, Innovator, Trailblazer 

Daniel has climbed thirty mountains that had not been climbed before. He has done the first ascents of nine mountains officially named on maps of Zion National Park (one of his favorite places to climb), more than any climber in history. A true believer in the spirit of adventure and in leaving no trace, most of Daniel’s climbs do not have bolts (permanent anchors). 

Daniel is a speaker who gives live and virtual events on the topic of success and how to do what has not been done before. He helps businesses and individuals do things they have never done and move to take action. For questions or to book Daniel to work with you, your company, or association, email or call (505) 603-8101