Manage your Fear.
Fear is a valuable member of the team that operates with limited information. It is a valuable adviser that can be a bit overzealous in its instruction. It is vital that we remember that if it is not managed daily, it will place itself into a leadership role. Fear is the thing that keeps you from placing your hand on a hot burner (good advice), but it always bases its advice on past experiences or perceptions. Sometimes the assumptions used to draw conclusions are not logical nor do they serve us well. It is important to remember that fear is not an enemy. It will serve you well as long as you manage it and do not allow it to manage you.
What is the role of fear in your life? Do you find yourself acting out of fear without taking the time to check the validity of its advice? What is the cost of NOT managing your fear? What would you do differently today if you were fearLESS?
Success or sabotage? Your past does not have to dictate your present or future. Are you keeping your fear in check?
Is this going to be an incredible day? Go forth with great courage, knowing that you have nothing to fear (but, dare I say it? Fear itself).