I heard a good quote the other day
'at the point of maximum danger is the point of minimum fear'
through my career (and my life) achievement, success, progression - all these things, they have mainly come from getting stronger, becoming smarter, gaining experience. But most importantly of all being able to face and overcome fear.
Fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of loss, fear of being in fear. To the average person I probably seem pretty wreckless, or kind of crazy (at times). Generally this is nothing more then me pushing the boundaries or my own 'fear'.
Starting martial arts, weightlifting, a business, travelling, video series. So many questions about 'why' and aren't I afraid of criticism or danger or loss - plus many other things. Although I am definitely not 'fearless', I have learned the difference between being to afraid to do something and my intuition telling me it's not a good idea (experience)
'Good decisions come from experience,
and experience comes from bad decisions' another good quote. Take it from some has made many mistakes in life, many. But still I can sit here and my biggest 'regrets' are the things I didn't do. Didn't quit a job sooner, didn't follow my heart, didn't tell more people to go fuck themselves. Regrets are a part of life, hopefully not too many. But the regrets that really get you are the ones that the only reason you didn't pull the trigger on them was because of fear (because of you)
So go make some mistakes. Fuck some shit up. Learn the hard way.
Let the chips fall where they may. Or my famous last words,
'fuck it whats the worst that can happen?'
Because if your head and your heart are in the right place , you work hard , follow your course - or at least think that's what your meant to do , everything has a way of working out.