When You Think It Won’t Work

You can rationalize yourself out of an idea because there will always be reasons not to go forward:

not the right time, not the right people, not enough experience, too much responsibility, too big a risk, nobody would want it—“it just won’t be any good”.

We’ve gotten so good at saying no, that we forget how to ask, “But what if?”

Just suspending the idea of protecting ourselves from difference can give us one more reason to work against fear.

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