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I'm not afraid of failure... for many or most things, there are second and even third chances, and every fail is a lesson learned so you can try better next time... and if you still don't make it, oh well... it's fine to not have what it takes... and there will be other things to try11
Not long, until a few years ago I had a great department in mind. If i weren't afraid to fail, I would certainly choose that department.13
I'd try becoming a singer as I've been told I have a good voice.15
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I wanted to try tap dancing (inspired from the video below) but my social anxiety and self esteem issues are kind of difficult to managehttps://www.youtube.com/embed/gel8aSLHoWY
Another thing which i want to do is beatboxing. It looks really fun14
And it's not so much failing as it is the potential time and money lost. I work 40 plus hours a week already and get very little time to myself as it is. If I ever get to a point where I don't have to work so much, I'll go for it.11
I'm pretty trying everything I want to try. I've worked passed my fear of failure in life. It's a very liberating feeling.11
I want to own a pet gorilla and teach it sign language.111
I’m not afraid of failure. I simply know that whatever I do will ultimately be pointless and that things probably won’t work out. Failure isn’t an option, it’s an inevitability.1
I work up high, I'll be on lift tomorrow. We are ALWAYS hireing but it's hard to get people to work on live power lines 100' off the ground.1
Never! I wanted to become a naval aviator, despite the chances of the happening being one in one thousand-plus. Well, it didn't happen. Decades later I'm still disappointed, but at least I know that I tried.11
I am realistic about my own limitations.
So I only try stuff where I have chances to succeed;
thus - there's no worry about ''failure''.5
have never been afraid of failing was always the one to try new things and learning11
Wow, never thought of this….
Maybe taking hard classes in college. I always try to avoid them because I’m afraid I will fail17
Depends between "not afraid of failing" against "not afraid of any impact of failure".3
If I could easily afford it, then skydiving.1
Free climbing El Capitan.1
Move to Asia23
Fear keeps people alive.1
Asking a girl out on a date.1
I'm not afraid of failing1
Jumping off a building.3
play and sing on stage2
Being a film actor.
I love acting, and would love to do films, but it's such a long shot, next to impossible, that I never even bothered trying. I did do a lot of theater, and that was fun, but not getting paid for it and the amount of time it takes out of your days if you want to do it committed you basically have to commit to being broke.
The other part about it was I was never interested in all the socializing, networking, and schmoozing you have to do to get into the film industry. I do love socializing and hanging with friends, but I am more picky about my friends and I don't want to hang with a bunch of fake types who are just using each other to climb to the top, and don't want to be a person like that.
I feel you on that. I always wanted to be an actress myself. It did always feel out of reach.
At least you got to do a lot of theatre and see what it was like a bit. That's cool!
I actually never thought about the schmoozing side of it. I would really not like that too, so it's totally understandable.
Well, I hope you can find a passion that maybe relates to it somehow that you will really enjoy someday.