I met with one of my mentors recently, Tyler - he's got an interesting story/background and is one of my people I consider to be on "Team Arry". (I met him almost a decade ago as he helped me purchase my first condo. I had two sprained ankles at the time of the closing and he literally carried me to that signing.) I really enjoy his perspective - especially when it comes to the matters of life (meaning the intersection of all things that make up life: relationships, personal, business, career, and people).
Well, as you know - lots of life's opportunities are happening at the same time for us recently: 1) GiftStarter, 2) my patent for my Arry Table is official, 3) career, 4) working on growing our family, 5) "other" - let's call it stealth right now. I gave Tyler an update of all that was going on, and he stops me and says "what's the worst case scenario if you fail at everything?"... that should not be the question at the top of your mind he says, the question should really be (if you can handle it, which you can):
"what if I succeed?"...
I found it super helpful. Stopped me then and there and got me to work on reframing my perspective, my point of view.
Thought I'd share - hope it helps you.
(Thank you, Tyler!)