Imagine the following scene: a team of explores finds themselves in a mysterious cave. After wandering around they come to a gigantic naturally formed hall. From where the adventurers stand by the entrance, they see a very narrow path leading to a round platform in the middle, with a pile of treasure nested in the middle of it. The treasure seems so close and yet do far. The path to it hovers over an abyss, with unseen monsters hiding in its depth.
I have seen this scene in a movie. You have, probably, too. It is a common trope of the adventure genre. But what you have provably not noticed is that it constitutes a beautiful metaphor of our road to success.
Just think about it. Very often we have a path leading to things we want to achieve right in front if us. Our main challenge is getting through the fear of walking it. We are afraid to make the first step. When we finally do it and start slowly moving along, we are constantly looking down into the abyss, from where unseen monsters can attack us. We are afraid of failure, of things that "could happen."
Remember: although the passage seems quite narrow, it is actually wide enough to walk. If you keep your eyes on the goal and simply keep walking without constantly looking down, you will get through in no time. It is just the matter of believing in your power!