In October 2011, I posted one of my first blogs on my then-new website. Countless posts later, I am often reminded of these questions posed by Dr. Robert H. Schuller.
So I ask you these three simple questions:
- If you knew you could not fail and those around you would wholeheartedly support you, what would you do?
- Are you doing it?
- If not, then why?
Oh, and one final question …
If your reason for not doing something is that you’re afraid of failing or being judged … how much worse would that be than never having tried?
And remember: it’s better to do something imperfectly than to do nothing perfectly.
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Thank you, such a great question to shift our mindsets. I will be sharing this with my students and loved ones.
Thanks, Amy – It’s awesome to know that you found this post so meaningful. It’s one of my favorites! Cheers!