5. You enter an adventure through the threshold of fear.
Fear can be headier than whiskey, once man has acquired a taste for it. – Donald Downes
The first step in any risk is to confront the fear of doing it; even something as relatively minor as public embarrassment requires courage. Risk is always accompanied by fear, or else it wouldn’t be recognized as a risk.
Example: Tina volunteered to give a lecture, even though the idea made her want to vomit.