Daniel says he believes fear is a requirement for success. He says that successful people are afraid of uncommon things. Perhaps they do not perceive safety or esteem in an average way.
Like I referenced in the post on boundaries two days ago, I suspect that fear is actually part of pleasure.
Should fear be construed as a sense, like vision or hearing? You know how we all perceive blue and purple a little differently. Is it just that successful people perceive danger differently?
And how does one retrain one’s own sense of danger to interpret the world in just that slightly uncommon way?