It is OK to fear and question things. Having doubts and reservations is OK. It is a natural part of the thinking, reflection and commitment process.
Every new endeavour starts this way. If it doesn't then, the chances are that something is terribly wrong.
The last thing we should do is to stifle these thoughts. It is essential they are expressed openly. They should be actively solicited.
Coercing people to agree or to commit is one of the many destructive things we do to each other.
Expressing our true feelings is the start of a conversation that leads to ownership and commitment.
If we cannot say "no" then "yes" has no meaning.
Credit: Peter Block