Hold on…before you dismiss this as heresy, hear me out.
“Do or not do. There is no try,” is, of course, the line I’m talking about. While I get the line, I don’t buy it.
Try. That’s a tough thing to do. Generally, if you’re like me, you like to think, think, think, think, build, present to the world. The problem with that reasoning is that we get too vested in the outcome or our ‘build’ that we make it hard for people to tell us what needs to be improved.
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