Success overcoming the no 1 fear to sucess

Welcome to episode 14 of Ask Mark, where I answer your questions about personal development to help you become the best version of yourself.

From interviewing people from all walks of life on the What I Know Now podcast, I want to share with you what I have learned from my guests by answering any questions you have about personal development, networking and building meaningful relationships. The aim of Ask Mark is to help you achieve your goals sooner, so you stand on the shoulders of giants.

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Now sit back, plug in those headphones and enjoy because it is time to learn together about personal development, networking, building meaningful relationships and so much more.


In this episode, I answer a listener’s question on what is the number one fear that hold people back in networking and meaningful relationships, and how to overcome it.

The biggest concern among people is that they believe that other people won’t be interested in what they have to say. They fear those people might diagree with your opinion and then you end up not saying anything at all.

Don’t overvalue the person you are talking to or want to pitch your business to. Nobody knows all the answers but if you want to overcome this fear, you have to believe in yourself and go for it.

You are enough. Back yourself 100% that you can do it and believe that you have an opinion that needs to be heard. When you start taking action, you will have the life that you deserve.

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