Hi David,

I hadn’t heard of that FEAR acronym, but I love it!

Fear itself is what gets us to believe that false, or unverified, evidence is real and therefore the risks are too great.

When we switch to a mode of testing our assumptions and verifying for ourselves what is true and what is false (i.e., we’re willing to make mistakes), then we find that the limits to our potential and the boundaries for the impossible are actually much further out than we expected.