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Have you ever felt paralyzed or crippled by fear? As a businesswoman, producer, and model all the way through my a range of business ventures, I've felt afraid from time to time. And I'm sure that, like me, you've found that you can accomplish a small amount when you're anxious -- and approximately nobody if you let fear of what might crop up seize you. Fear freezes the mind, erases promise and clouds opportunities; and it makes most matters we're anxious about seem excessively greater than our capability to deal with them.

However, I've educated that you and I have the capacity to put fear in its due place -- a place where we don't have to stay. Yet every now and then situations we're frightened about have to get worse ahead of equipment can get better. Every now and then not until a bit or a big name hurts us and/or wounds us badly or acutely adequate do we accomplish that we have to go beyond fear to make a change.

I bring to mind clearly some of the most disagreeable challenges I've had to face to earn admiration and defeat fear. In 1987, I moved from my homeland, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Vancouver, Canada, to carry on high instruct for post-secondary education. I found for myself a stranger there -- a funny looking "foreign" girl with a bad haircut and poor English skills. And soon, I became the prime aim for the supposedly "cool" high drill kids about me to antagonize. And consider me, they did their best to make my life miserable. I couldn't hide from them; they seemed to be everywhere, acerbic me. They'd throw matter at me from behind my back; they'd push and trip me when I wasn't looking. They'd sabotage my every accidental to be part of any extra discipline action I required to pursue; they'd point at me and laugh, call me names, and annoy me in countless other ways, too.

But as I was awfully unfamiliar with Canadian culture and lifestyles, and for fear that I might say or do something wrong, I categorical I'd just tolerate the situation. Though I was before now a competitive belligerent arts fighter in the process of earning my agree with black belt in Karate, (a sport I've been caught up in since I was eight years old), I didn't feel that I ought to exploit those skills. Again, I feared I might provoke my tormentors additional and maybe even egg on them to continue harm to my family.

So at some stage in most of those high drill years I permitted emotions like fear, loneliness, anxiety, anger and depression to consume me. Yet in due course even those feelings, however negative, artificial me to find courage to turn my situation in assured directions, and as a conclusion I can now help others in alike situation to do the same.

I certain that every time my tormentors tried to start a fight with me, I would look each of them in the eyes and just calmly walk away. What worse could crop up than that they'd push me, laugh and call me names? However, one afternoon, effects did turn worse.

That daylight I felt a combine of small bits and pieces hit the back of my head. As usual, bursts of laughter after my back followed, and I constant on my way, refusing to even acknowledge this petty behavior. But this time I made no effort to keep my eyes on my tormentors as I walked away. Suddenly one of them certain to run up and achieve me in the left eye. In an instant, I realized that she had crossed a boundary and in danger of extinction a vital organ of my body, and this I basically couldn't ignore. Ahead of she could blink, with a crowd of students as my witnesses, I unleashed a kick that dropped her to the ground. Quickly, two of her contacts leaped at me to defend her. Soon they, too, were option themselves up, and then all three made a run for it, leave-taking me duration there. Now I began to feel the excruciating pain in my left eye -- and naked that it was bleeding.

For many years, I'd tried to avoid confrontations with my tormentors. But that day they'd made battle inevitable, and I had put fear aside and after all let them know who I truly was. Now I wondered what the cost of my vengeance would be.

Shortly after the fight I was called into the principal's office. There I was told that the three girls who in progress the fight had been floating from school. The other students who'd witnessed the meet had reported the story of the act of violence and my self-defense. Luckily for me, they all supported my actions. I was free to come again to class unpunished.

After that day, clothes took a clear turn for the better. My "tormentors" clogged niggling me; from then on they only looked away at any time I accepted by them. When a new school year began, some of them left to concentrate another schools, despite the fact that some of them remained at my school. Some of them even closed being each other's acquaintances -- and others certain to start salutation me with smiles. That year -- my last -- in high school, I at last was able to make some good friends, as the crow flies frequent optional activities, coach the basketball and volleyball teams and even serve as commander of the cheerleading squad.

As my life has extended since then, all through my diverse career I've had many fortunate opportunities to assist diverse groups of women all the way through some of their own challenging moments in life. Of course, all through these experiences, I've broadened my own comprehension about career, socializing, love, relationships, category and much more. Along the way I've been able, in turn, to assist, inspire and give power to a great digit of women along their journeys in life, for which they've pointedly thanked me in one way or another. And whether they know it or not, their exercise of courage that made their lives better, plus their trust in me, have been all the appreciation I've ever needed. They've truly inspired me to constantly grow, transform and become a develop person.

A few years ago, while I was out of town, Lidiya, an associate in one of the companies I founded, hired two new recruits to join our team. She formally introduced me to them when I returned from my trip. One recruit happened to be a chief "tormentor" of mine from high school.

She didn't accept me until Lidiya introduced me by my first and last names. Then, my ex- tormentor's jaw dropped and her face froze. But I reached out and shook her hand and welcomed her to our team. Later, she approached me abashedly and tried to express regret for what had happened in the past. I told her not to worry; it was quite all right with me. To help her feel comfortable, I then took her out for lunch. When we got back to the office, I jokingly told her, "Get back to work now!" and we laughed together. Since then, she's befall one of my most cherished workers.

Can you see how culture to make the best of every situation, as well as that anguished one at school, has led me to discover a bit great -- that courage begins with character? Courage not only means being able to do something new, it also means being able to be a big cheese new. The crucial appraise of a anyone is not where they stand in moments of comfort, but where they stand in times of challenge and controversy. I've come to learn that growing into a good, solid appeal requires rising to levels of self-esteem that so many of us doubt we have.

One way by which you can enhance your own self-esteem is to do as I did, and make it exceedingly clear to those about you who you truly are. When you know who you truly are, and act based on who you truly are, you'll realize, as I did back then in high school, that no one can harm you if you decide to keep them about and allow them to attention you.

Copyright © 2005 Penny Phang Enterprises, Inc. All constitutional rights reserved.

Penny Phang is one of Canada's nominated Top 40 Under 40 affair leaders, acclaimed for her binder to provide strategic affair air force with inspiring enthusiasm, creativity, and elegance. She is also well known as the Producer for Playboy Distinctive Editions for Western Canada. In addition, she ashes caught up in full-service affair data lines with her founded Simplex Connections Group, and continues to write for her monthly encouraging lifestyle column, Moments of Inspiration with Penny. Miss Phang's experiences are not limited to the affair world. She holds two black belts in Karate and was a affiliate of the West Coast Warriors National Karate Team. She's also a past Top 20 Distinctive Editions Acclaim Model whose inspiring personality has been transformed into "Penny" the 3-D energetic charm for Electronic Arts' Def Jam Blood feud video game.

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