Fear is sneaky. It does not always show up as pure fear, but rather procrastination or frustration stopping you from achieving in the moment. Then moment is lost and the opportunity gone.
Over the past 10 years the universe has thrown me a few curve balls, testing my abilities. At times yes, fear did win, but not for long.
I decide to actively face fear head on, I leaned-in to break ground inch by inch. I practised and learned how I reacted to fear. Becoming more in-tune with my natural response and how I showed up. Yes, it was painful but worth the time and effort.
I now make decisions more quickly, ready to solve issues. My time is spent laser focused on results, not fears.