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SPRINT presentation - Excited

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Excited
From Scared to Sparked
Are Fear and Excitement the Same?
JUNE 14, 2009
by Tania Rose
CONCLUSION:
'The only difference between fear and
excitement is the way you think about it.'
Between
stimulus and
response
there is a
space.
In that
space is our
power to
choose our
response.
In our response
lies our growth
and our
freedom.
- Viktor Frankl
ex·cit·ed
/ikˈsīdəd/
adjective
1. very enthusiastic and eager.
2. [Physics] of or in an energy state
higher than the normal or ground state.
http://www.redbubble.com/people/taniarose/journal/3249929-are-fear-and-excitement-the-same
fear
/ˈfir/
noun
1. an unpleasant emotion caused
by the belief that someone or
something is dangerous, likely
to cause pain, or a threat.
'Fear is
excitement
without
breath.'
- Fritz Perls
(breathe.)
ruh-roh...
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