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    My friend Rod Raymond asks, "If you owned an award-winning racehorse, would you feed it pizza?"

    I can tell you... I wouldn't bet on that horse if you did.

    This shouldn't come as a surprise... your brain is your racehorse. It's a major component bringing you across the finish line day-after-day.

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    Fear of succeeding and living up to our potential is nothing new. Wisdom through the ages has spoken to our capacity to sabotage our own progress. To overcome these fears, it's necessary to shine some light into the dark corners of our minds where these concerns grow and fester. Below, I'll address some of the most common fears and how to manage them.

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