WHAT IF is one of those questions that unfortunately stops a lot of people in their tracks. I know, I used to let it stop me sometimes too.
What if it doesn’t work?
What if I fail?
What if no one else likes it?
What if I don’t have it completely figured out?
But WHAT IF should really unleash a perspective of WHAT COULD.
What if it works?
What if I make it?
What if I succeed?
The problem with WHAT IF is that it takes on the perspective from which we’re asking it. If we don’t believe in ourselves, lack confidence, or operate without a level of faith then we’ll always use WHAT IF to see the roadblocks instead of the pathways to success.
Alternatively, if we move past the fear then WHAT IF can become WHAT COULD.
Sure, failure is always a possibility and yes sometimes your pride might get a little bruised along the way but nothing worthwhile will even be created if you don’t see it for what it could be and pursue it as if it is. Don’t let fear get in the way, fear of failing or even the fear of success.