What if you trusted that success is on its way?

What if you let go of the doubt, constant planning for worst case scenarios, and extra backup plans?

Sure, maybe it makes sense to set up a single worst-case backup plan – to visualize what you would do in that situation – then you can “set it and forget it” and let go of any nagging worry.

But otherwise, I’d invite you to say, “what if things go well?” Or even, “I’m assuming things will go well?”

Being optimistic about what’s possible is just as valid of an approach to “being realistic” as is being on guard against any negative outcomes.

So watch your thoughts.

They just might become a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Tip of the Week

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Quote of the Week

“Whether you can or think you can’t, you’re right.”

—Henry Ford