We tend to stick to what we know instead of stepping into the unknown. That means when new opportunities arise we get scared and feel pulled back to what’s comfortable. But it’s only in the unknown that we expand our minds. When we head out on our own in a whole new direction. That’s how we add more tools to our belt. And it’s by exploring the “new” and the “exciting” that we experience life to the fullest. Or like Bernard M. Baruch once said:
“If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”
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