Do people keep saying no to you? Do they offer things they cannot come through on? Do they seem to have good intentions, such as to learn how to dance, but they can only dance when they’re standing on your feet like the little girl in The Godfather? Yeah well, go where the action is. Physically get up and make the trip.
Take extra care to ensure that what people tell you is actually true. However, we live on a planet where for many people, deception is a way of life. Question the obvious, look carefully at what seems unusual and even inquire about what seems perfectly normal. The thing you don’t want to do is let things slide and hope for the best.
You may feel you have to pull back before you get to your destination. You may feel that an opportunity is passing you by, particularly later in the month. I suggest you not dwell on those thoughts, but rather, maintain focus on what is less obvious to the eye, or from the evidence collected from apparent circumstances.
Monitor your fear level closely. It’s still a potentially serious distraction. Remember that there are two ways to approach any possibly fearful situation: you can ruminate over the past, or you can focus on solutions. The past might provide some helpful information; but that’s about all you need, and working with that information is not about dwelling on history, or fear.