The only thing we really have to fear.
Less than 10% of our fears* ever occur, according to expert, Susan Jeffers, Ph.D.
Yet many of us waste hours, years, even entire lifetimes, worrying about the 90% that never happens.
If there was ever something to be afraid of, this is it: wasting our real lives for fear of imaginary harm*.
Sadly, fearing the imaginary can cause real harm for us as individuals and as a collective, from postponing personal achievement to prolonging the current economic upheaval.