Humor is a read way to scatter the feeling of being foolish. Keep in mind that who you are being foolish in front of are humans and there isn’t one of them who hasn’t been foolish themselves. I agree in this quote “Our wisdom comes from our experience, and our experience comes from our foolishness” from Sac Guitar, it symbolized that being foolish is not bad as we know, it is the experience that made us more brave from our mistakes. One more quote that eve found on Google “Its always the fear of looking stupid that stops you from being awesome” from
Kier Sacs, just remember that quote and try to relaxed and have faith on yourself when you are doing something–then you’ll just find that you made it through. The root cause of all our excellence, all our ability, is fear.. We are afraid afraid to look bad, afraid to make a mistake, afraid to look like a fool in front of others. So we make sure that we are prepared. We make sure we are in control. We like to do well at anything that we do, it is never a pleasure to be bad at anything.
But it is fear, a deep fear that motivates us more than anything else. It’s always the fear of looking foolish that stops you from being awesome so release yourself from the fear of being foolish. Know that there are times when it will happen. Deal with it with humor and move on. Whatever you do don’t let the fear of looking foolish stop you from doing what you want to do. As far as I know, no one has ever died from looking foolish. Yes, it hurts on the ego, but does little other damage if we don’t let it get to us.
Always remember that looking foolish is all part of being human so onto be scared of looking foolish just be who you are don’t mind what people might think to you. There is a lot to be learned from taking risk and not being perfect. Don’t let the fear of making mistakes and looking awkward stop you from taking risks and living life to the fullest. We’re going to mess up. We’re going to make mistakes. We’re going to break things. While we try hard not to do that, the glory, the hero within us comes to play not when we’re perfect, but when we recover. Mistakes will be made, accidents happen, and you will screw up.