What A Sad Day....He Finally Passed Away! He's effin Dead man.

by blackhawkup Banned
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Today we lost somebody who was dramatically changed all of our lives at one point.

This guy was very presence strong, meaning when he was around you knew it and you felt it.

he was very manipulative and somewhat mind controlling.

Although most of us thought about him everyday..he was still mysterious in his nature. And we just couldn't figure him out.

His impact on the internet marketing world was HUGE! He caused most of us to fail and to give up before we ever reaxhed success.

He had the capability to make you believe that making millions online is impossible all because he was a logical person..and we all know business people aren't logical....we're risk takers so when i guy like this crept up on us it really F****d with our minds.

He made us all want to give up because ultimately we couldnt dream anymore because we let this guy in our life and he bacame more important than our faith in ourselves.

But today you guys he finally died...Yep it's over, he's gone..

And who is he....he is FEAR!

and today i am officially killing fear for ALL OF US!. so that you guys can get out there and make sure your dreams come true.

So it's finally over, whatever you have been fearing i want you to dig deep and find out why that has been keeping you back from reaching success.

once you figure that out i want you to take action on those items, and those items only. stop your current to do list for a while and focus on the things that you've been fearing for so long.

because it's those things that will have the greatest impact on your business.

--Swaggs
#dayhe #dead #effin #finally #man #passed #sad
  • Profile picture of the author regibiz65
    I like the motivation! Very inspiring. Thanks!

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    • Profile picture of the author blackhawkup
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      we all need it...

      "The key to change... is to let go of fear."
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      • Profile picture of the author raradra
        Originally Posted by Mr Swaggs View Post

        we all need it...

        "The key to change... is to let go of fear."
        I like another similar quote better "Feel the fear, and do it anyway"
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      • Profile picture of the author ColdFire123
        Originally Posted by Mr Swaggs View Post

        we all need it...

        "The key to change... is to let go of fear."
        Yeah right. Thanks for sharing.!
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  • Profile picture of the author Kenster
    At first I was going to comment that fear is not dead...

    but then I realized that fear is self-made and thus its personal and it is a different beast within all of us...so its not a universal concept. With that said, each of us can conquer or at least cope and deal with fear.

    Its important "soft factors" like fear that really make the difference between those who make it and those who dont.



    Let's raise our glasses and cheers to everybody killing fears!


    Great post and great user name Mr Swaggs!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Digital Info Diva
      I totally agree - fear was keeping me from my next WSO.

      Suddenly the fear was gone, so up it went. And guess what? Again -
      it looks like it's another dud. It's probably not sexy enough and I can't
      help that because I just can't scam people. Businesses need it, so it's a
      viable product, but you'd actually have to do some work to implement it.

      So - like I said - it's not sexy enough. I can't tell people they will make
      tons of money with it. What it will do is save a business from total loss and
      to me it's more important to produce a product to solve a real problem than
      just another product to skim from a loophole that will soon be fixed.

      I have decided to let it ride and move forward with my other projects and
      see what sticks. Something has to work - right?

      So the fear did not win this time. You're absolutely correct - fear is
      self-imposed and only the owner can release him/herself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary Pettit
    Thanks for the motivation. Again, it seems to come down to passion. Properly understood, passion is learned from pain (including the memories of painful experiences which would lead us to fear the same in the future). But passion finally becomes the deepest love....

    ... And perfect love drives out all fear.
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    • Profile picture of the author Digital Info Diva
      Originally Posted by sparkie2260 View Post

      it seems to come down to passion. Properly understood, passion is learned from pain (including the memories of painful experiences which would lead us to fear the same in the future). But passion finally becomes the deepest love....

      ... And perfect love drives out all fear.
      Hey Sparkie - You said it so well!

      My passion for digital info is so great, I just can't leave it alone. That's
      what drives my creativity. I actually get a little depressed when a project
      is done. I then am on the search for my next passion and the cycle
      continues.

      I had never experienced business failure in my previous life - before the
      'net.

      WARNING - If you don't know how to handle failure, being an Internet
      marketer will force you to learn it.
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      • Profile picture of the author Kenster
        [QUOTE=Digital Info Diva;2755640]Hey Sparkie - You said it so well!

        My passion for digital info is so great, I just can't leave it alone. That's
        what drives my creativity. I actually get a little depressed when a project
        is done. I then am on the search for my next passion and the cycle
        continues.

        I had never experienced business failure in my previous life - before the
        'net.

        WARNING - If you don't know how to handle failure, being an Internet
        marketer will force you to learn it.[/QUOTE]




        I fail at 95% of what I do online...its the nature of CPA marketing. The trick is failing small and succeeding large. You test small and most will be failures and duds. Then comes that one gem right when you were starting to lose hope. You focus on that one little gem and turn it into something great. Thats the beauty of IM
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  • Profile picture of the author rmolina88
    He's right behind me. Eating my donuts.
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  • Profile picture of the author tonydbaker
    Very interesting. I like the motivation, as dark as it may be. But it's true, fear must really be dead for you to take the leap of faith that you need for most business ventures.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
      Without fear there is no courage.
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  • Profile picture of the author pethanks
    That is life and we have to prepare for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author mark587905
    Failure really is a stepping stone to success. If you fail a hundred times chances are you will succeed at least once.
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  • Profile picture of the author magnates
    Can I just say that

    I am still AFRAID !!...

    i am afraid that i would stay stuck at my current level

    I am afraid
    that i would not be able to help my father now that he is close to retirement

    I am afraid that i would be able to help me family , friends and friends if i don't make a change

    But this fear fuels me to take action everyday
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  • Profile picture of the author WillQuick
    Fear is also responsible for man's rise from the caves, for our mastery of fire, for our spreading to every corner of the globe, for medicine, for charity, for love, for family and, perhaps most importantly to everyone here: our success.

    You want to succeed because you're afraid of being a failure. You're afraid of not being able to support yourself or your loved ones. If you lost that fear, and no longer cared, you'd be nothing.

    Don't be too quick to write it off: fear's a wonderful thing.
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  • Profile picture of the author thegotoguy
    I say grab a beer, put on some good music, kick back at your desk, close your eyes and relax for a few minutes. Think about your daily objectives and what you haven't completed yet and after you finish the beer open your eyes and get after it. This is what I do. Sometimes after 8 hours of typing on the keyboard I get a headache, neckache, eyeache, handache and an assache! So! I take a dang break and I'm good to go with a clear head!
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    • Profile picture of the author Bronwyn and Keith
      Hey Warriors

      Read this somewhere once...

      FEAR =

      F - False
      E - Expectations
      A - Appearing
      R - Real

      So whats the solution?

      Get over it.

      Regards

      Bronwyn and Keith
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  • Profile picture of the author Sue McDonald
    Fear is an emotion that we do not need. Overcome it by having your goals written down and staying positive.Be a winner because winners never quit and quitters never win.
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    • Profile picture of the author Bronwyn and Keith
      Hey Sue

      That's the attitude.

      The amazing thing though is that it works.

      All the best

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      Originally Posted by Sue McDonald View Post

      Fear is an emotion that we do not need. Overcome it by having your goals written down and staying positive.Be a winner because winners never quit and quitters never win.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikey22
    Great post, loved it
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    • Profile picture of the author blackhawkup
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      here's what i say about fear you guys...

      somebody said without fear there is no courage...well i was taught not to look at it that way...because that was a cowardly way to think(i was raised by a single mom so she had to instill strength)

      my mom always told me to say without "STRENGTH" there is no "COURAGE"

      and now that I think about it that is a better way to look at it.

      would you rather reach success because you were strong enough to endure, and learn what it takes to succeed.

      or would you rather let fear creep up in your system and you try to be courageous....NOPE

      kill fear man, that's the bottomline...i see everybody with this quotes on why fear is good..

      I'm sorry but thats horrible....

      we are trying to make money online, and you guys are givinf reason to why fear is a good thing...hahahaha thats horrible.

      don't get me wrong i see where you guys are coming from, you're saying if you do have fear be courageous enough to rise above it...

      but the point ofthis post, was to kill that thought all together by learning to kill fear all together.

      trust me when you guys start changing the way you approach fear it will change your life forever.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
        Having the courage to face fear head on (instead of trying to avoid it) could be considered "Strength." For me, fear isn't the enemy. How I look at fear determines whether I'm successful.

        When you figure out how to eliminate fear altogether, please tell me. ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author blackhawkup
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    confidence..man

    you're looking at the post the wrong way..

    lets set it straight..it's obvious you cant kill fear completely but the post was made to embed in your mind that, today is the day IM going to kill fear and not let fear hold me back from the success that i deserve!

    simple!
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    • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
      Originally Posted by Mr Swaggs View Post

      Today is the day IM going to kill fear and not let fear hold me back from the success that i deserve!
      Oh OK. Well in that case, rock on.
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  • Profile picture of the author DogBite
    Thanks for the motivation.

    I forget who said it:

    F.E.A.R.

    False
    Evidence
    Appearing
    Real

    or I am reminded of the poem from Dune, by Frank Herbert, that Paul used to calm his fear.

    "I must not fear
    fear is the mind killer
    fear is the little death that
    brings total obliteration
    I will face my fear
    I will permit it to pass
    over me and through me
    and when the fear has gone past
    I will turn the inner eye
    to see its path
    where the fear has gone
    there will be nothing
    only I will remain."

    Hope you enjoy it. It used to hang on a poster over my desk. Now I just close my eyes and see it.

    Good Journey
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