You never know what you can do, til you do it

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Posted February 13, 2020

What’s holding you back right now?

What’s stopping you from “doing the thing”?

Are you having doubts?

Are you second guessing your abilities?

We’ve all been there!

But here’s the thing… never know what you can do until you do it.

Kids need to hear this message….on repeat!

They are figuring out their way in the world.

It can be a scary time.

But it can be an exciting time too.

And we can be there to help them understand they are not alone.

Even successful professionals have moment of doubt.

But, we learn that those are the moments where it’s most important to lean in.

To “do the thing”.

That’s how we learn and grow.

And you never know what you can do until you do it!

Or, as hockey superstar Wayne Gretzky is famous for putting it….you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take!

EoT Founder, Erica Lee Garcia shares her thoughts on a “can do” attitude over on LinkedIn. It’s worth a listen!

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