“Stop being afraid of what could go wrong, and focus on what could go right.” — Unknown
When we anticipate what could go wrong, it is our clue to ourselves that we’re afraid to put ourselves out there. We’re afraid to be and feel vulnerable because this creates discomfort. It is all right to see what could go wrong, but it is also all right to see what could go right. It would be good to our advantage to see both sides and not only be looking at only positive or only the negative side of things. When we look at what could go wrong, we can come up with a plan and be prepared to deal with it just as we can create a plan to build on what could go right in the situation.