Some people let their fear destroy their dreams. Others learn how to use it as the very tool needed to craft the life of their dreams.
It's amazing. If you can rise above it and look at it objectively, you can see that beneath the instinct to "run and hide," there lies an arrow pointing directly in the direction that you need to go.
We cannot draw out with absolute precision the map between where we are and where we need to be in order to arrive at this goal or that. But we can consult our compass - our fear. Because the very step that you're afraid to take is precisely the step that you must take next.
Start changing your relationship with fear. Improve it. Mature it. Grow up. Because as long as you're committed to learning and growing, you'll always have fear. So you might as well stop running from it and learn to run with it, through it, and past it. Have fun with it and eventually it won't feel like fear anymore.