Today’s T4D comes to us from fellow subscriber Sue Neufeldt who shares this piece she pulled from one of her favorite fiction novels.
“Fear holds us and binds us and keeps us from growing. It kills a small piece of us each day. It holds us to what we know and keeps us from what’s possible, and it is our worst enemy. Fear doesn’t announce itself; it’s disguised, and it’s subtle. It’s choosing the safe course; most of us feel we have ‘rational’ reasons to avoid taking risks. The brave man is not the one without fear but the one who does what he must despite being afraid. To succeed, you must be willing to risk total failure; you must learn this!” — Raymond E. Feist, The King’s Buccaneer
I think this scenario holds true in all of our lives, whether it’s personal or business. If we don’t take risks, even knowing it could fail, then we will never know what we are capable of accomplishing.“Sue Neufeldt
Thank you Sue