Now What Do I Do?

That’s the fear at the heart of leading with your best.

Because it’s bad both ways.

  1. It goes great. Now you have to come up with something better than something that took you a decade to perfect.
  2. It goes bad. Now you know for sure you’re a failure because you gave it your best shot and it still wasn’t good enough.

For most people, that’s enough justification to never try anything at all.

You might think of it as perfectionism or procrastination, but it’s just fear at the end of the day.

Tomorrow we’ll talk about the antidote.

Best thoughts,
~Jonathan ‘your best ain’t good enough’ Pritchard

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