“ The thing that cowardice fears most is decision. ”
Sometimes, if we don't have success after repeated attempts to do
something, we can lose confidence and eventually give up trying. It's
called "learned helplessness" (we learn to be helpless). Are there any
areas where you, your team at work, your family... have STOPPED trying
(or try, but with little commitment and effort) because prior repeated failures and/ or a perceived inability to succeed has trained you not to try?
If so, what can you start doing today to minimize any "learned helplessness" that may have set in?
Think about it ... If you need a reminder to dump your excuses, here's one: