There’s power in naming our feelings. Before learning to control your fear, you must know what it is. Thus, try to identify your fear and once you’re done with it, move to the tips to live fearlessly.
Stop punishing yourself if you feel you've done something wrong or failed in some way or whatever. This may sound too serious and too complicated, but it actually boils down to becoming your own best friend.
By releasing what you have no power over, you can focus on what you have power over. And that indeed makes you feel fearless and free.
Investing more energy into what makes you happy will reduce the negative feelings you experience in life.
Fear lives in the future. The more you worry about how things will turn out, the less you can acknowledge what’s happening at the moment. Instead of making long-term plans and focusing on distant goals, focus on seizing the day. Plan every day to leave some time for you to do something that brings a smile to your face.
A lot of fear is generated whenever we feel we are left alone to face some obstacle. When you share your burden with someone, it gets easier to solve the problem.
Everyone else can only talk about your life, yet you are the only one who will live that life. Keep this in mind whenever someone else’s opinion prevents you from doing or not doing something.
Don’t let a single day go away without saying something nice to someone. We only have so few days to live; each day we don’t share love, our life is wasted. There’s no meaning in living fearlessly, then.