Most of us can answer this question without hesitation.
If you’re not certain, here’s a simple test.
Think of how you feel when you see others doing the very things you’ve always wanted to do, but haven’t.
Do you feel envious, nauseous, awash in hopelessness, or depressed?
Do you get down on yourself for not having at least tried?
I get it.
I know all too well the sickening feeling of repeatedly letting yourself down.
I used to beat myself up every time I could’ve attempted greatness, but chose instead to hide behind the status quo.
In May, my daughter had the opportunity to give into fear and self-doubt.
Instead, I had the privilege of watching her lift herself up and blossom in the process.
As a parent, it was magnificent to witness.
We can learn so much from our kids.
On that day, my daughter taught me that our minds are far more powerful than our fears.
Here’s her story:
Thank you for reading.