Being scared of not doing things right

Hello! I’ve started the ‘Year of doing the impossible’ workshop, which has already triggered some fear.

I would love to have your feedback on the subject. I realized that, in general, I’m scared of not doing things the ‘right way.’ This applies even to stuff that is supposed to be fun to do and that I do for my own good (for instance, the ‘year of doing the impossible’).

I end up putting so much pressure on myself to do things ‘the right way’ that I don’t even enjoy doing them. I feel like my life is full of ‘What if…?’

Here’s my model on it. I wasn’t sure of the result and if ‘spinning thoughts’ was considered accurate?

C: I started the ‘Year of doing the impossible,’ and I am at the brainstorm section of the workbook.
T: What if I’m not doing this right?
F: Anxious
A: Spinning thoughts in my head (What if I can’t find 25 fails per quarter? What if I haven’t written the ‘right’ qualities for the ‘someone who could accomplish that goal? What if the strategies I find to overcome my doubts are not good enough?)
R: I fail ahead of time?

Thank you so much for your help!