Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions Blog that tells us You Will Fail in a Thousand Different Ways
Ask any writer what they are most afraid of, and every single one will answer with some variant of several very similar truths.
Some will say they’re afraid everyone who has ever told them they’re good at storytelling has been lying to their face their whole lives.
Others will admit they’re scared of never having what it takes to “make it.”
And still, others will tell you what scares them most is never going after what they really want. Spending their whole lives playing it too safe, never taking the risk, always wondering what might have happened if they’d just gone for it.
What’s the one thing all these worries have in common?
Every single one involves failure. The fear of never being good enough. The reality that you might work your whole life trying to achieve something and never actually do it.
Growing up, most of us were conditioned…
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Interesting thoughts. I never think much about failure. I always try and do my best and my best is all I have. Thanks for sharing, Don!
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