Knowledge, practice and courage are your weapons against fear. You may only use one of those, or all of them. But they are the keys to facing fear.
One person can step out of an aeroplane door at 10,000 feet without hesitation.
Another can stand before an audience of 10,000 and give a speech without breaking into a sweat.
Fears can be rational or irrational but they are always personal and real.
Everyone fears something. Don't be afraid to be scared. To diminish a fear, you must first face it. Face Fear...
The one hundredth skydive or speech won't be as traumatic as the first. But you must make the first step.
Associate with confident people. You have seen many who have already done what you fear doing. Now, do what they have done.
Fear is learned and must be unlearned. After facing that fear, you will feel exhilarated. Without fear, there can be no courage.
FEAR is only Fales Evidence Appearing Real - it's your perception of something, not necessarily the reality of the situation.
Fear provides the opportunity to be brave.
Babies are born with only two fears. The fear of falling and the fear of loud noise.
All other fears are acquired. They are self-inflicted!
Courage is not the absence of Fear - it's the ability to act in spite of Fear. Understand it. Then lose it.