…but rest assured that nothing you will be doing today in your business will be as risky, as dangerous, or as scary as what Nik Wallenda did yesterday.

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Think about it. Does your plan for the day include an activity that could literally be the end of everything for you? Could one false move end up being your last? Is the abyss actually 1,500 feet below you … or just in your head?

Don’t be afraid to fail – and fail spectacularly, at that.

Unlike wire-walking, you are guaranteed a second shot at it. And a third, and a fourth, and more.

You may not secure a place in the Guinness Book of World Records today, but you’ll accomplish something to be proud of. And if you fall short of your objectives, you’ll have a chance to come back tomorrow and try again, using the knowledge you earned today as a springboard.

Stop being so hard on yourself.

Make your mark in the world just by being you, doing what you do. Nobody else can even come close to doing that.

 

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