In other words, you fear failure so much, that you would rather not try, and blame it on a lack of time. However, I have another way of looking at this. When you procrastinate from doing something, it is the same thing as quietly admitting to your self-conscious that you are a failure. If you think of it that way, considering that failure is one of life's greatest horrors; it is better to try, and learn from your experiences, than admit you have already become what it is you fear the most. It is never too late to change your life for the better!
1. Change The Way You Think
When it comes to matters of the heart, we're all guilty of making excuses about why we didn't put ourselves out there. But contrary to popular belief, it isn't easier said than done. Laurel's advice?
"Trying" is a pre-emptive excuse for failure or not doing it at all. Do your best. Have zero excuses. If you don’t find success, make a midcourse correction and try a different tact. Keep at it until you do find success."