The truth is that judgment and fear will never stop, but they don't actually do anything.
Success works as a cycle - growth and contraction, balancing and unbalancing - all while you're encountering hurdles that get higher and higher over time.
Getting lost is not fatal. Almost every time, it will make your world.
You will never be entirely comfortable. This is the truth behind the champion - he is always fighting something. To do otherwise is to settle.
What you're missing is that the path itself changes you.
You can change the world again, instead of protecting yourself from it.
You can't make yourself feel positive, but you can choose how to act, and if you choose right, it builds your confidence.
The ability to withstand the flinch comes with the knowledge that the future will be better than the past.
Behind every flinch is a fear or an anxiety - sometimes rational, sometimes not. Without the fear, there is no flinch. But wiping out the fear isn't what's important - facing it is.
So if you see no one like you, no one who agrees, don't worry. There are actually hundreds of people like you, and they're waiting for a leader. That person is you.
No one has a problem with the first mile of a journey. Even an infant could do fine for a while. But it isn't the start that matters. It's the finish line.
Everything you are used to, once done long enough, starts to seem natural, even though it might not be.