Buckminster Fuller wrote, “Whatever humans have learned had to be learned as a consequence only of trial and error experience. Humans have learned only through mistakes.”
Many people achieve a small fraction of what they are capable of achieving because they are afraid to try in case they fail. In society today, even though it encourages innovation, it also punishes failure. So is the fear of punishment the key to the fear of failure?
A fear of failing will result in a person avoiding situations/challenges/decisions that doesn’t guarantee success. Thus when confronted with a questionable/challenging task, anxiety develops and, like any fear, the person backs away.This is natural.
However, taking risks is one of the only ways to get ahead in life, and with risk comes a chance of failure. Those with good vision and self belief are those who are able to overcome this fear and take the risks needed to excel in all aspects of their lives.
Nervousness of the task ahead shows humility on what is expected and questioning the task shows that the ego is checked into place. This allows for someone to succeed since arrogance and ego are all but gone. It shows that they are ready.
Are you ready?
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