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|Five Steps to Conquering and Overcoming Your Fears Every time you win, it |
diminishes the fear a little bit. You never really cancel the fear of losing; you keep
challenging it. -aa 1. Acknowledge Fear: People often deny their fears as being ...
|They said, We are afraid. Come to the edge, He said. They cam. He pushed them|
... and they flew. - Apollinaire, Guillaume Every time you win, it diminishes the
fear a little bit. You never really cancel the fear of losing; you keep challenging it.
|For remember, fear doesn't exist anywhere except in the mind”. (Dale Carnegie) “|
Every time you win, it diminishes the fear a little bit. You never really cancel the
fear of losing; you keep challenging it”. (Arthur Ashe) “My procrastination which ...
|“Every time you win, it diminishes the fear a little bit. You never really cancel the |
fear of losing; you keep challenging it.“ —Arthur Ashe The road of life has many
curves. Sometimes these curves cause us tremendous fear. Fear that we might ...
|Remember, handle one craving at a time. Congratulations. You did it! You are the |
world's newest exsmoker! Well done! "Every time you win, it diminishes the fear a
little bit. You never really cancel the fear of losing; you keep challenging it.
|Before you decide, note this: It is computed that nine out of every ten people have |
i 'Acid-Mouth,” which 'it is_ thought is the ... of Nebraska, in his second month of
his work as a repreLIVE YOUNG MEN are needed right_now in every part of the
... He had too much fear of his old cronies to confess to them that his wife had
succeeded in wresting from him a promise of ... yet they knew the mill was in
splendid financial condition and that the diminishing of the output, due to the hard
|1 C H A P T E R I I. Censor: had managed the business very neatly. ... As the |
farmer himself was absent, there was no fear of the amateur reaper being
detected. ... It was all admirably arranged, and Mr. Biborough, having tried on his
smock and corduroys with much satisfaction, smiled to ... Why, you'd never earn
salt to your bread; no one shaves in harvest time. ... a fat, little man, and the
brown smock was too long and big for him; the enormous iron-shod shoes were
much too large, ...
|That is to say, if you grant that the “class war" is here, it is excellent strategy to |
organize your whole class against the ... The "if" is a very big one and it is upon
the consideration of it that the whole estimation of strike Somehow both will pay
up. ... Enough money is lost every year in strikes in the United States to feed the
world. ... The strike itself has never won anything. ... a decrease in wealth, a
diminishing return, cverybody doing with less in order that the Poor may have a
|Mr. Douglas Lane, Charleeoto, writes:—-“ For some years I have ceased to keep |
a pure flock, as you may be interested to ... I fear that during the next few months
there will be great losses resulting from the protracted wet weather, and it will be
necessary to buy ... This season the ewes are bringing very strong lambs, mostly
singles ; they have had a little mixed corn since ... has been most favourable. is
about 75 per cent. twins, and the lambs have never fallen stronger or more
|It is but a few days since one of the younger members, Mr. Charles E. Dresser, |
beloved by all who knew him, was suddenly ... But this is a very different principle
from that assumed by W. M. E., that the State can give the right to individuals, or
the public, ... to recognize the game at sight and he had little fear but that he
would be able to bring down the first animal he shot at. ... The other was a smaller
deer, and he was going through the brush to beat the cars, because he had
scented you ...