I love Theodore Roosevelt's quote about the man in the arena. "It's not the critic who counts.The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood. If we want to truly live, we have to get into the arena. We have to take risks, strive, stumble, sweat, and dare greatly. Living fearlessly isn't living without any fear; it's just not letting your fears call the shots. Here are five ways to push your fears out of the way.
1. Work for yourself. When I had a thriving career in publishing, I decided to resign and start my own digital marketing business for authors. It was 1995 and I didn't know anything about Internet marketing. Fast forward to today, and not only is FSB Associates successful, but I have no regrets. The...
Also read: Stack AR on the App Store