66: Jump Into the Deep End


“You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.” - Zig Ziglar
Hesitancy is the enemy of confidence and success.
You can’t develop your talent into skill by being hesitant.
When you feel like you can’t do something, you either accept it and go do it or you accept it and don’t go do it.
Your mindset dictates your behavior.
Every tough piece of feedback I have ever gotten catapulted me into a new level of skill. It pushed me to rethink, revamp, and revitalize my approach.
The quicker I failed the quicker I got back up to do it better

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