Fear is usually a signal of something you need to move towards, not away from.
Unless it’s a wild tiger.
As Joseph Campbell said., “the cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek.”
Today, in 2019, we don’t have wild tigers lurking around the corner.
We have decisions that we put off, conversations we avoid, books we don’t write, blogs we don’t publish, raises we don’t ask for, and feelings we don’t admit.
Sometimes we need to look harder at ourselves. Other times, it’s approaching someone else.
The good news is that you have a naturally built-in GPS (fear) that will guide you to progress, if you follow it.