Eleanor Roosevelt once said, Every day do something that scares you.” I was wondering what she meant by that, and came up with this: If we only do what we know, then we are likely to get the same outcome as the last time we did it. Albert Einstein is broadly credited with exclaiming “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”. And so when we do something different—something that may scare us—we expand our possibilities and unlimit our brains. I try to do something like this every day, just to see what new thing might happen instead ….
Every Day Do Something That Scares You
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