—And that goes both ways (you saying no, or someone else telling you no).
The question is, which is scarier?
Getting a no, or never knowing because you never asked?
At least with a no, you can move on. You can try something new and different.
With a maybe, you don’t know what you need, and you feel stuck and overwhelmed. With a no, you understand where you stand and what you can do going forward.
To take charge of your life, you must fear maybe’s more than you fear no’s.
You must fear inaction — or lack of change — more than you fear action — what you might experience with action, such as failure, embarrassment, rejection, and criticism.
Otherwise where will you end up?
Exactly where you are and have been. Nowhere you want to be.
“There are risks and costs to action. But they are far less than the long range risks of comfortable inaction.”John F. Kennedy
STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing,
— Josh Waggoner | Daily Blog #1012