There’s an old cliché in self-development: what would you do, if you knew you could not fail? It’s a great question, designed to get you to think bigger. It’s based on the assumption that people dial back their goals for fear of failure.
Noble idea, but not usually accurate…
Because the reason most people set smaller goals is because they are afraid they won’t fail. It’s all subconscious of course. But they’re afraid they’ll actually reach those goals, and for many people, that sets off the worthiness alarms. They think those lofty goals are only for “other’ people, people who deserve them more.
Food for thought. So what are yours?
P.S. Amsterdam, it's great to be back!