Written By Athaliah Talbot - Co-Founder Of The Seven Sentence Blog
Failure is gut-wrenching.
And although it is a normal part of the journey toward building out a life, it is no less jarring when it occurs.
In fact, we deliberative personalities will often evade the feelings of of failure at the costly price of never growing into our most courageous, biggest selves.
In always playing it safe our lives are discreetly stolen away; it’s subtle trickery to believe that being small is serving us well.
Have you ever noticed that your best ideas are overwhelming: how could you possibly successfully accomplish such tremendous things without a failure or two or three or ten?
It is time to begin thinking about your great big self as an ongoing process of taking risks and failing (sometimes miserably) rather than a series of perfect, deliberate choices.
You were made to create grand things and this can never happen by playing small.