When Should You Think Like a Kid?
Babies love to explore and experiment and try out new things. They have zero knowledge of how the world works, but they love it anyway.
You can tell just by the way they move around with so much gusto!
Toddlers don’t think of themselves as failures just because they can’t run as fast as the next kid nor do they feel badly if they have a delayed start communicating with the people around them, long after other kids had started speaking complete sentences.
The point I’m trying to make is that babies aren’t afraid of getting criticized or rejected — they’re far too young to understand the concept.
But, when they start understanding the world around them, and their bubble of innocence bursts wide open, that’s when they’ll start fearing criticism and rejection.
If that unhealthy fear isn’t corrected while these kids are growing up, then they’ll end up as adults who will be boxing themselves into mediocre lives.
Adults who are too afraid to go out of their comfort zones, too scared to commit mistakes, because they know there’ll be people watching their every move.
It’s quite sad when you think about it.
People who live like this are setting themselves up to fail big time.
Unless you gather the courage to venture out of your comfort zones and commit to pursuing your dreams, you’ll never be successful in life.
“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”
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