Testing Fear

Test Pilot

Post Written By Eugene Morgan

Fear is faith that it won’t work out. — Unknown

Fear must be tested before we consider it to be true. Fear can keep away from what’s real and keeps us in our heads. We need to experience action to get through our unknowns. We can prepare ourselves, and we can anticipate or go through scenarios in our heads over and over, but we still have to act. The action is the most direct way to deal with our fears. Action can help us find out things we didn’t know before. We can study for so long because eventually, we have to take action for us to learn something. Learning by our actions can quickly reduce our fears. What we will discover is fine-tuning our steps to make our situation better.

Fear is faith that it won’t work out. — Unknown Click To Tweet

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