Who knew cat poop had anything to do with bravery? As it turns-out, a study has found that cat feces may help inhibit our fear of failure. This finding makes an inkling of sense if you remember that study years ago that linked a cat parasite to road rage. Let’s dig deeper.
As the study has found, a parasite present in cat feces could be reducing our fear of failure. The inhibiting bug is called toxoplasma. This unsuspecting organism is perhaps an infection that gives rise to the delightful distinction that holds so many of us back from living to our fullest potential.
Toxoplasmosis shows itself in mice that appear to be unafraid of cats. The circle of life says that cats eat these mice who are more “in their face”. Chances are they have been infected with the toxoplasma parasite. Like I said – it’s the circle of life.
You don’t have to eat uncooked meat to spike your courage and dissipate your fear of failure. It may be as simple as taking the baby steps to do it. Or simply read this book, The Ultimate Guide to Overcome Fear of Failure.
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