Managing your fear requires the dimunition of one fear that requires increased loads of work into fear that requires less work and has a higher impact on your quality of life.
Two steps are required in accomplishing this management of fear. One is identifying the two fears which occupy the largest quantity of your time. Two is executing the rule. However, its essential to success in this exercise that the two fears are chosen to be inversely related to one another and thereby your exercise is executed efficiently. This is ideal and may not be achieved but when present it will produce your best chances of success.