No one who is successful got so by enjoying the relaxation and perks of comfort. They took risks, put something ‘on the line’, and did things that they didn’t want to do.
Don’t think, act. If you sit around and think about the consequences or perils of a scary or frightening action, you’re likely going to build a case that will justify procrastination or inaction. However, make sure that you’re not acting out of ignorance or idealism. There comes a time that planning creates better outcomes. Yet if you feel that your planning is merely a sophisticated procrastination, as it often times can be, drop kick it and start acting on what needs to be done.