I was reading up a bit on Psychology and I just got a little curious, in all honesty, how afraid are you of failing at something?
Some of the greatest minds out there failed at something, but as Mackenzie posted...if it's what is really and truly in your gut...most important to you. You won't quit. therefore if you don't quit ...you can't fail. You can improve, move on and evolve. Sometimes the things we think we want is just a stepping stone to get us to what we really want.
Ah I dont really know how to explain this..failures that would present themselves to others, that would cause embarrassment or shame type emotions, not at all really. I fear failure when its something I was hoping to succeed at personally, in the inside, if that makes sense..? Not sure how to put it.
Not at all to be honest, if I fail to me it means what I failed at simply wasn't as important to me as I thought. If I have something that is extremely important to me I know I wouldn't fail because i'd give it my absolute all and not give up until I did succeed.
Not scared at all. As Mackenzie said, I realised that when I fail at something, it's either because I didn't give it my all or that something wasn't as important to me as I took it to be.
To tell you the truth, I don;t get scared at all. At the last minute or before I do the 'Thing im scared to fail at' I get a sudden boost of confidence and it goes well xD
it scares me greatly, but i think about it and the only way that im going to succed it to fail and learn from my mistakes
I don't fear it, I'm used to it :P. You're never disappointed when you expect the worst people :D!
very great i don't want to fail in my chance in going to the military
Depends what it is, but like major things pretty scared.
Can't be scared to fail in search of perfection(8)
An absolute ZERO.