I'm the same way and, more generally, "just get started" is a good mantra in general.
On a related note, on race day I cannot trust at all what I think I feel my body is telling me. Nervousness about the performance seems to be accompanied by my body and brain telling me I feel slow and lethargic. That's when I have to forcefully remind myself to trust in the training, trust that I will respond, remember all the previous races where things went well, and generally trust that I have to "just get started." (I also remind myself that I'm just an old guy out to supposedly have fun so just chill and enjoy the day for gosh sake.)
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That was one spooky link, I have to say.
I usually put on shades first, face away from the screen, and only then dare to click a link like that. You just never know.
But then sometimes people put up a mysterious link and it turns out to be a picture of a little happy bee on a beautiful flower. How wonderful! Once again, you just never know.