Posted June 13, 2018 09:04:38I have bought my first car since I got married a few years ago, and now I’m on my third car and I’m terrified to drive again.
The only reason I’m not afraid is because I don’t have to, because there is no need for me to drive in the first place.
I’m not in a position to be driving anymore, so the only thing that worries me is that I won’t get my job back.
When I get my first job back, I want to be able to pay the bills and buy the things I want.
My wife is worried that she won’t be able pay the mortgage or the car insurance as I’m no longer working.
Her fears are unfounded, as I don.
So, what’s the main reason why people don’t drive?
The most important factor is fear.
Fear is the primary reason why I haven’t driven in a while, because it makes me feel unsafe.
This is what I learned in my studies.
“There are no accidents when you are in fear.”
~Albert EinsteinThe fear that I have is rooted in the fact that I don´t know what I want, so I can´t be sure about what I should be doing.
Fear is also a big reason why my friends and family aren’t interested in my driving because I feel like it’s too risky.
In the past, I had to tell my friends I didn’t have a job to get them to accept my decision to drive.
But I realized that when I tell my parents I don, they don´T care.
It feels like they don’t care because they know that I know I’m going to be a safe driver.
People in their twenties often go through this stage in their lives.
Their parents don´ve a job, so they feel like they can control them and that I will be able manage my own finances.
They tell me I don?t know who I should trust, and that it doesn?t matter what I say.
Then they don?
T care because I know how they will react.
These people are afraid to have a conversation with me.
To have an honest conversation with them about my decision, I have to trust them.
And then I?ve to say it.
Even if they are worried that I might be a danger to myself, I trust them enough to say that.
If they say something, I can back it up.
If they say no, I?ll be the one who has to pay for the car.
What if they say yes?
What if I say no?
I don?ll get mad, because they?re scared of losing their job, or of being fired or whatever.
They might not be willing to pay and they might not want to give me the keys.
So, what I have learned is to let them say no to you, but to keep saying yes to me.
This is my strategy for convincing them to do what they should.
Let them say yes.
Tell them you?re happy with what you?ve done.
That you know you can make it back.
That you know what you want.
That your friends and loved ones will love you for what you are.
Be ready to give up if they don¹t say yes, because you?ll feel like you lost your nerve and they?ll think that?s how you lost it.
They won?t care about the car, so you will be a good salesman.
If you?d be honest and tell them what you need, they will see that you?m willing to do the work.
If not, they won?
T think you are good enough for the job, and will be disappointed.
I can go on and on about this, but you get the idea.
Why would you trust them?
I have seen people who trusted their parents and friends but then went on to do a lot of damage to themselves, family and friends.
Trust is a fundamental human instinct, and it comes down to two things: Fear and Confidence.
I have spent so much time in the last six months studying this, because my research has been so interesting to me, and I love what I do.
You know what?
I really love my research, and what I see here is the reason why.
We can learn a lot from other people who have driven in fear.
For example, I went to one of the most dangerous parts of Italy when I was 22, and the police stopped me and told me that I had been arrested for being drunk and reckless.
That was scary, and then they put me in a cell for about 15 minutes.
I was afraid of being arrested, and they put handcuffs on me for a few hours.
One of the biggest mistakes I made was telling my family