As a child I can remember wondering why some of the other kids at school watched different things on TV. I felt I was missing out.
From the Blog on fear
It is normal to be scared. Scared that we do not know it all, what decisions to make, how to succeed, and so on. The imposter is real.
Rhythms tend to stick with us through the turbelence, fear, and worry of change. They are a form of travel companions.
Ideas are easy. Shipping is not. Shipping is like throwing spaghetti at the wall. It might not stick, but it also might.
Change makers seek to reduce fear. Not entirely, but enough for those involved to take the next step. Reducing fear is not one size fits all.
Fear and anxiety can be both rationale and irrational. And yet, it always feels rationale to person experiencing it.
Scary things can be made less scary by who we are with, what we see, hear, taste, touch, and smell. Senses impact our experiences.
Permission and approval from others does not change the fact it might not work. Convening costs little, but does come with the risk that you might be alone.
That wasn’t as bad as I thought. It doesn’t matter what the ‘that’ is referring to. Perhaps Seneca was correct – fear is worse imagined than lived.