3 Exercises To Eliminate My Fear Of The Phone

Eliminate My Fear Of The Phone
phone fear


Most of us will just about anything to avoid anxiety and with good reason, it’s straight up no fun. There are times, however that uneasy feeling can get in the way of our dreams and goals. Since you’re reading this, I’m sure you’ve had someone tell you to just “Push Through” the fear with no real explanation of how to do it. This is what we’re going to touch upon today.

When it come to calling people we know or calling a referral, the thought seems to stop us in our tracks. If told you to grab your phone and do a “Wheel of Fortune” spin, right now and call the person you land on, your heart will most likely race like Nascar.
That being said, there are people that can pick up the phone at any time and call anybody…How do they do it?

In the Video Below, I show 3 exercises you can do, starting right now that can help you dominate your phone.

The question is, which exercise to you feel was most valuable to you? I would love to hear about your progress and how well these are working in your marketing ventures. Be sure to leave a comment below.

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Steve Krivda

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24 thoughts on “3 Exercises To Eliminate My Fear Of The Phone

  1. Evelyn Keller

    Great tips in this video, I know I will use the walking around one, maybe not dusting though…lol. Thanks for creating such useful content.

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      You’re awesome Evelyn, thank you

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Very Cool
      I heard it’s a sign of intelligence

  2. Robert Frank

    I love it Steve! I do all three of these exercises! Distracting myself is the biggest… I will purposely look away, look at mindless things and then boom… I hit dial before I have a chance to think about it. Now we’re rolling, in the game and can just continue as you relax and get into the zone. 🙂

    Appreciate this, because these simple little exercises will help so many people. Sometimes if the anxiety of getting on the phone is too bad, I’ll drop and do 20, that generally helps too. 🙂


    Robert Frank

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      That’s awesome Robert. Great input, thank you

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Right on Diana 🙂

  3. Todd Atkinson

    Thank you so very very much Steve you are AWESOME and AMAZING. This does help me get over my anxiety of the phone. However I have never realized this on how powerful your subconscious is. I was reading Matt Morris book The Unemployed Millionaire in a section in his book he tals about how powerful our subconscious mind is. Matt says your subconscious mind cant tell if what your are feeling is real or not real if something is true or not true. It all constitutes in how we program ourselves if we say to ourselves or someone close to us tells us we will neber be rich then our subconscious mind goes to work and engraves it in our mind that is true. However we say to ourselves by reprogramming our subconscious mind I am rich and go into the VISION you see yourself looking at your bank acct, seeing you impacting thousands and thousands of lives, seeing yourself traveling to some exotic locale and standing and speaking from the stage when you get your award or achievement or teaching from thst platform seeing your team, mentors, family or complete strangers tears in their eyes because they seen the struggles you went through or that special stranger heres your story and they are going through the same struggles as you went through. Saying positive things and correcting yourself talk you will get what you want and need out of life. Once again thank you Steven you are AWESOME. Hope this makes sense to you and your audience.

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      You’re awesome Todd!! thanks bro

  4. Jelena Ostrovska

    Awesome tips, Steve! I love the idea of distracting yourself. I usually walk around the room when making calls – totally helps! Thank you!

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      YOu’re welcome Lucienne

  5. Lance

    Hey could you mind stating which blog platform you’re using?

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