For many of us, failing is sometimes the easiest option. We convince ourselves that it was a bad experience that we should just forget. In reality, from failure we can learn how to do it better.
Or we attempt to protect ourselves and deliberately set lower expectations, but that really doesn’t protect us, instead we’re just cheating ourselves of our full Capabilities. Not only do you end up sabotaging yourself when you play it too safe or do just enough to get by, you also begin to use the most deadly and dangerous four-letter word in everyone’s daily vocabulary: can’t.
By improving your habits of self-discipline and perseverance, that pesky and deadly four-letter word can be pushed out of your vocabulary, allowing you to focus on your goal, despite the obstacles you will face. Learn to take a risk and challenge yourself to find and use your full capabilities and become exceptional!
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