Let your fears inform you. You might try an exercise where you transform them into some kind of opposite outcome. Imagine that each worry or concern is really an explication of what might happen in the best possible outcome, but reversed. For example, "I fear my partner might leave me" would translate to something like, "This could be the best relationship I've ever had," or, "I am ready for the right relationship in my life." All fear has a source, and I would propose that it's a kind ego reaction to your currently incredible creative potential. However, apropos of understanding and working with that potential, remember that at the moment, building your life is in part about what you're adding, and partly about what you will be subtracting. This is not about going forward in all directions, or the nonstop bull market. Nor is it about magical alchemy. What you're doing is more like an industrial process of experimenting, synthesizing and putting in the time and discipline to get something like the result you're looking for. Don't be attached to one outcome—there are better things possible than what you might be imagining. Yet underneath it all, both the objective and the result is confidence in yourself. This is not about a test but more about a process of temperance: of gradually conditioning yourself to be in actual possession of the strength you know you already have.