Most people tend to let ones anxiety control him, their fears scare them and obstacles get in their way. If one lets this get in his way, then there’s no possible way that he will be able to overcome his obstacles. For example, a great artist named Phil Hansen had been diagnosed with nerve damage and he let his obstacles get in his way of creating art. In addition to this, a journalist named James Collier suffered of anxiety and he let his anxiety control him. Hansen had to embrace his shake, Collier overcame his anxiety and I had to overcome anxiety at a certain point in my life as well. Having that said, overcoming obstacles will allow one to surpass his.
Phil Hansen wasn’t able to cease the limitations that would allow him to embrace his shake. Hansen couldn’t hold on tight to his pen to draw anymore. As a matter of fact, he stopped creating art for this reason. Three years later he was diagnosed with permanent nerve damage which wouldn’t allow him to draw anymore. However, the neurologist told him “to embrace the shake.” That’s when Hansen decided that his shake wasn’t going to stop him from creating art anymore. Hansen, the artist, started creating art out of different material. For example, he used 50 Starbuck’s cup and stacked them on top of each other and drew an image of an African American boy. He had several people email life changing stories. He then created a rotating image on a canvas using their stories. Later, he started destroying the art that he created he called it “Goodbye Art.” For example, he used over 7,000 matches to make an image of Jimi Hendrix then he set it on fire. In addition to this, he would use temporary material like frozen wine and sidewalk chalk so that it’ll wash away. He...
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... able to overcome my anxiety, but Phil Hansen and James Collier also overcome their obstacles.
Given these points, if one wants to overcome his obstacles instead of backing away from situations that make them more anxious, confront them. One should see anxiety as an opportunity to grow. One can accomplish so much when they face their fears. Phil Hansen, James Collier and I had to overcome an obstacle and because we overcame our obstacle we were able to do what we wanted to do. One can’t simply use their anxiety and fears as an excuse to back away from situations. Anxiety is just another name for challenge. One can take the challenge and overcome his fears. One can’t simply let anxiety control him, their fears scare them and their obstacles get in their way and still expect positive outcomes. One will never eliminate his anxiety and fears by avoiding what caused it.
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