Post Written By Eugene Morgan
There is nothing impossible to him who will try. — Alexander the Great
First, let us establish the difference between the words ‘try’ and ‘do.’ We have learned many things from this point in our lives we do; which means the things we have learned is at our disposal when we need them. We do something because we know this to be true by looking at our past experiences. We try something new. However, we don’t know we can do something because there is no reference in the past that we did it. Just because we don’t have a reference in the past of doing something doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try. For us to learn, we must try it out to see if we can do it, learn from our mistakes, and then continue to do it as we improve. It is when we stop trying to do when things seem impossible because we stop learning.
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