In the moments when we need to make a critical decision that could alter everything, the “what if” scenarios often rise to the surface, only to stop us dead in our tracks. Then one of two things happens: You make a decision and move boldly on with your life, or fear takes hold.
For me, it’s a feeling I first recall when I was 6 years old, and my father insisted I was ready to ride my bicycle without training wheels. I was absolutely terrified, and I thought, “What if I fall and get hurt? What if I wreck my bike?”