As the chase occurs within to be on purpose, moving towards the goals your authentic self has outlined, and wisely holding back no more from realizing your potential, fear will arise. You can recognize the fear from the worry and anxiety that arises when you are beginning to finally near your goals for the body gives you signals. It alerts you through feeling uncomfortable rather than you not being capable or having the skills anymore to reach your goals.
Uncomfortableness is a sign of growth, of change, of worry getting in the way rather than feeling the fear and doing it anyways. For real leaders feel uncomfortable all of the time, but wisely stay on course. They take the actions which are feeling uncomfortable rather than lingering in the fear, which unwisely creates resistance and hesitation and keeps people stuck.
In order to move through the fear you must feel the uncomfortableness in your body, recognize the pattern that is is not lack of capability but just fear, feel lit (e.g. - let your body know the difference between it and lack of capability) and then do the work to move through it. This can be done by asking for help, not forcing yourself to shut down or avoid taking action, but mainly to just move through the fear and do it anyways...
What fear do you have to move through?
Monica Thakrar has over 18 years experience in business focused mainly on strategy, change management, leadership development, training and coaching resulting in successful implementations of large scale transformation programs.