No One Starts At The End

This is so very true.  Too often we set ourselves up for failure because we think we aren’t good enough, don’t know enough, aren’t capable enough.

I remember not wanting to start grade 1.  When  my mom asked me why, I told her because I couldn’t tell time.  She asked me why I thought I was going to school.


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