No, it is not important to do everything that scares you A.J. Kay
The exaggeration makes the statement unsupportable. The important thing is to identify where your feelings (i.e., fear) are getting in the way of your wantings.
For example, I am a nervous, anxious wreck around people. Idon’t know exactly why, I just know that I am. I hate this about myself.
So… I’ve put myself into situations that expect me to interact with people and I’ve experimented with different thoughts that might help me feel more comfortable. I hate this process, too. It feels terrible.
Yet, I can see that I’m improving. I’m a little bit less of a wallflower watcher and a little bit more of a participant, every time.
Also, the social norm limiting questions per response is, I think, one and a half.