Fail Forward

“What’s the point if you’re eventually going to disappoint?”

This was the statement that held me back without even knowing it.

I eventually had to learn that being afraid to fail or make a mistake is the equivalent of being afraid to live.

By knowing and accepting that I will fall short was what helped me get out of my rut of excessive planning and it pushed me to start doing instead.

Everyone has an idea, every one has a dream, everyone has a specific talent, and everyone has potential.

But only a few are willing to do something about it.

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