It is said that fear of failure affects us more than the real failure. When we plan to start a task or project then it is natural that apprehensions and fear would arise in our minds. There are so many uncertainties in this world and even a very knowledgeable and expert person can have fears of that kind, arising in his mind, sometimes in his life. In our scriptures especially in Bhagavatgita it is preached with emphasis that we have to do our duty, our work, and do efforts to fulfil our ambitions without thinking for the results. Those who worry about the results much will become disoriented and discouraged and might do grave errors in doing the task correctly and eventually fail in achieving the objective. Apprehensions and fears are the main cause of disturbing our concentration and zeal in a particular task and we must remove all such doubts of failure from our minds.
Knowledge is power.