You Think You Can

Obstacle Course

Post Written By Eugene Morgan

Whether you think you can or whether you think you can’t, you’re right. — Henry Ford

The brain only does what we think. If we think we can’t do this or that, then our brain will find a way to prove that we can’t do this or that. However, if we think we can do this or that thing, then our brain will find a way to prove that we can to this or that thing. When we find a way to prove that we can’t do this or that thing, then it means that we have a high expectation that we should be able to do a new thing flawlessly. However, when we find a way to to prove that we can do this or that thing, we have an understanding that it will take time and patience to learn the required skills before we become proficient.  We learn through trial and error not through assumptions to find our way in the world.

 

Whether you think you can or whether you think you can't, you're right. — Henry Ford Click To Tweet

 

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