The Seven Levels
Fear is driven by reversed thinking...
...what could go wrong as opposed to what could go right
| ||Fear of doing the wrong things. Doing nothing.|
| ||Fear of wasting time. Fear of doing the right things wrong.|
|Level 3: Catastrophizing.
| ||Fear of things getting worse. Fear of bad weather. Seeing only the
| ||Fear of letting go. Focusing on the 80% that only brings 20% of the value.
Fear that stopping doing something will be a mistake. Just-in-case fear: "Let's take everything just to be
| ||Fear of not being physically able. Fear of not copying the right thing. Fear of
copying the right things wrong. Fear of being laughed at. Fear of criticism. Fear of self.|
| ||Fear of being different. Fear of being noticed. Fear of being laughed at.
Fear of rejection. Fear of tradition. Fear of trying different things that might not work. Fear of falling off trying. Fear of the
unexpected. Fear of getting hurt. Fear of exposure.|
| ||Fear of the unknown. Fear of not having a basis of comparison. Fear of
problem size. Fear of believing. Fear that I can't do that. Fear of a fault, a weakness in the safety system
below you. Fear of total failure. Fear of the point of no return. Fear of death - not coming back alive. Fear of others dying.
The sum of all fears.|
The Seven Levels of Change
© 1996 - Mike Donahue, Colorado Mountain School
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