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  • Danish Wadhwa

Do, or do not. There is no try

Never say, "I'll try."

When you ask someone to do something, the two usual answers are: "I'll try" or "I will."

Although, these two responses may sound similar. However, when you think about it, "I'll try" is actually a pretty slick and convenient response to just about anything that might present a challenge.

So, when I hear those two words, what it conveys to me is: "I may succeed, or maybe I won't, so don't hold me liable."

However, "I will" implies that we are making ourselves 100% accountable for our actions. We know that we have to give our best shot to succeed.

So, the next time you are challenged to take on a task, say: I will.

Not only will this small change speak volumes, but it will also give you the sense of confidence and positivity that you will indeed do it!

Besides, what's the worst that can happen? Failure?

It's ok, because you will also get a step closer to success, and sooner or later, you will surely succeed.

Remember, "Do, or do not. There is no try."

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