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20 Seconds That Will Change Your life

20 Seconds That Could Change Your life

Taking 20 seconds per day to do something that would normally bring up feelings of fear and nervousness could work wonders for you in the long run, some examples are:

– Sitting in the dark for 20 seconds by yourself
– Standing on a roof of a building for 20 seconds
– Even sitting with the symptoms of anxiety that frighten you for 20 seconds without adding or running from them

Of course their are more systematic ways to overcome your fears and phobias such as starting in much smaller doses and then building up to the grand daddy of them all, but in the long run giving yourself this 20 seconds per day will not only boost your confidence but it will open you up to a world of possibilities that was holding you back before.

So take out a piece of paper and plan out the next 10 days to come up with one fear or phobia that you want to face for 20 seconds for each one of those 10 days. No more hoping and wishing that things should change, today is that day you start to make it happen…

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Hi There! I was born in Utrecht, Netherlands in 1980. My interest in helping people who suffer from the many faces of health anxiety started after ending a 6 year battle with my own anxiety disorder naturally. An experienced CBT and NLP practitioner, I have worked with countless amounts of people from around the world to stop their health anxiety condition naturally. My vision is to condition you until until your outer world, meets the hidden needs of your inner world. So stick around and I look forward to getting to know you a little better. Dennis

'20 Seconds That Will Change Your life' have 3 comments

  1. November 24, 2013 @ 4:42 pm Randy



  2. November 24, 2013 @ 4:45 pm The Anxious Athlete

    In my experience in overcoming my own fears it seems that I didn’t have to do something extraordinarily different, I just had to do the simple things consistently well and to this day I still use the 20 second routine.


  3. November 24, 2013 @ 11:48 pm Michael Groves

    A small step, yet a very good idea.


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