How to Overcome Fear
Understand Fear Can Be An Advantage
Create Goals and Adopt a Growth Mentality
Recognize Your Excuses
Procrastination is often a symptom of fear. Using a lack of time, energy, or resources as an excuse to put things off might simply be you witnessing the fear of failure. Recognize when you use such excuses, and be honest about why you're using them. Saying "No!" to your excuses and getting on with things might be you facing your fear and overcoming it.
Gain Insights Through Your Fears
Nobody enjoys experiencing pain, but you can gain insights about yourself through fear. Of course, you will have to endure the pain that fear brings, but you should view this as an opportunity to grow. Changing your perception of fear from one of pain into a chance for growth lessens its impact. Moreover, you'll get greater control of your life.
Accept Failure as an Inevitability
Society tends to avoid talking about failure, instead focusing on success. However, everyone fails at some stage. Thomas Eddison famously stated that he didn't fail 10,000 times, but he'd been successful in discovering 10,000 ways his lightbulb didn't work. He accepted failure as inevitable, reframed it, and used it to his advantage. Your failures can be positive if you accept them rather than allow them to deter you from achieving your goals.