Fear feeds on inaction. Think of the worst scenario that could happen if you do not take the chance to do something, and then compare it with the worst situation in which you act over the opportunity and took the chance! Constantly weighing our actions and decisions should be a choice. Being afraid of taking risks in unknown situations is not a good idea. Give yourself a shot, you wouldn’t know what good might come out of it. Risk factor is associated with all the tasks that you will ever do, sometime the risk will be low, sometimes, it will be high, but it will be there, always. If you believe that you can take the risk and use it for your own benefit, then you should always take it. If you believe that the risk can be amended, take it. If the risk is something you can live with, take it.
Don’t allow the thought of “What could have been if I only did this or that?” to eat you alive. You will regret certain decisions in your life, but you can minimize those regrets by acting. Compared to those lingering doubts being able to know the experience of failure over doubt is triumphant. Fear, really, is nature’s way of warning us to get busy.
Be Fearless! Have a great week!