many negative thoughts
1) Take Action!
Action actually cures fear. Once you get in the middle of a project, you mind will start looking for ways to make your plan work. Inaction, or doing nothing is fear's workshop.Not doing anything will destroy your confidence and those negative thoughts will dominate.
If a net biz is in your plans, take time to learn some new things. You don't have to be an expert on tech issues (experts are a dime a dozen and you can hire as many as you need), but it does help to know something about it. A little understanding on your part can relieve a LOT of stress and doubt. Take time to do your homework.
2) Focus On The Positives Translater Hong Kong!
We live in a negative world, so don't beat yourself up too bad if you have fallen into the grove of doubtful thinking.The good news is that you can get out of that rut! When it comes to your biz plan, focus on the reasons why it can work instead of why it won't. Whatever you focus on, that is what you will come up with. It's funny how the mind works.
Since our business is teaching folks how to earn online income, we did an exercise where we asked individuals if it would be possible to take a homeless person from the street and teach them how to make money online. The results of our research are interesting!
The ones who were less successful said that it would not be possible, that the person would not even have a PC to work with, or an address to mail his checks to. They could think of every negative reason in the world why our experiment with a homeless person would not work.
On the other hand, the more successful folks (who have earned income online) started to tell us all the reasons why it could work. We could take the street person to the library and teach them how to get online. They could set up a Pay Pal account and have commissions deposited there. We could help them set up a P.O. label sticker Box to get mail.
These were some of the same ideas that the less successful folks came up with when we asked them "Well just imagine for a moment that it could be done, how would you do it?" Then positive answers came!