We’re too often afraid of failure, especially when we want to try something new. How many potential hobbies have we pushed to the side because we didn’t think we would be any good at it? Or how many presentations/ideas have been kept secret in our minds because we didn’t want to be rejected? 2 thoughts on this…
- Your idea may be the one that changes the company, makes a new product go, or is just plain necessary. Now, you might need help with your presentation and ability to champion the idea, but that’s another process that Seth Godin can help you with
- If you don’t share your ideas, they will die, and beyond that, if you don’t share them, it makes each idea thereafter even harder to champion.
So go share, tell people your ideas, learn how to champion them. I guarantee you will fail at least once, and probably many times. But, you will succeed too, and you will have taken that essential risk that makes life fun.
“The Greatest Risk is to not Take One”
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