“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”
That is probably the most famous quote of the twentieth century. It was proclaimed by president Franklin Roosevelt at the beginning of World War II. Never were truer words spoken.
Fear has been described as an acronym: False Evidence Appearing Real. Translated, fear is the result of the unknown or perceived. Giving into fear creates a roadblock to any and all goals.
Fear surfaces our insecurities: What if Iʼm not good enough? What if I fail? What if there are others better than I am? What if I donʼt have talent? What if…?
Letʼs eliminate from this exploration of fear the words “What if.”