But what if I fail?
I've had a fear of heights when I'm young. At a very basic level, when I find myself on a "scary" height, my mind immediately asks, "What if I fall?"
You know what helps? Asking myself, "How will I feel when I get to the other side of that high place?"
Similarly, one of the most dangerous mindsets an individual can have is a perpetual "what if I fail?" mindset. It puts you in a state of fear. It constantly has you playing "defense." And your failure becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.
In today's brief podcast, I ask you to ask yourself...
How would your life be different if you consistently replaced "what happens if I fail?" with "what will I feel like when I succeed?