Everyone wants to be an entrepreneur these days. (At least it feels like it.) And why not? Entrepreneurs live the dream: the freedom, the fame, the purpose, the change. But building a startup and keeping it going five or ten years down the line is incredibly hard, even with all of the support networks and funding channels innovators have at their fingertips today.One of the biggest obstacles is fear—of failure, mostly. One of the best tips for managing it comes from best-selling author Seth Godin: you can’t make fear go away, you must dance with it.