So used to expecting things not to work out, we limit our vision of what think we or our businesses can achieve. Or, perhaps, we allow our vision to be swamped by “yeah buts” (thoughts of fear, uncertainty, doubt, worry, anger, regret, or guilt).
What if, instead, we loved our vision? Imagine what would happen if we spent more moments thinking about how exciting, satisfying, and fulfilling our visions are.
My guess: the results would dramatically contrast what we’re used to seeing from our old “yeah but” thinking.
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