The person with the highest regrets is not the one who made the most mistakes, but the one who did nothing. Making mistakes in life is not as bad as not doing anything at all because you want to avoid them.
Our fears and uncertainties are much, and so are the risks. But courage teaches us to do it afraid, and faith asks us to ride in it over the uncertainties. When we do, life gifts us with rewards greater than our risks. And even if you make a mistake, the joy of having tried, and the lessons learned are still enough rewards for the efforts.
Follow your instincts and go after your dreams. Have faith, be courageous and take those steps. Make room for mistakes, but be sure to learn from any one you make. I am not assuring you everything will always work out fine, or the way you think it should. But in the end, you’ll be glad you tried.