Challenge #93, April 4, 2011: Attempting something you may fail is a risk, an act of vulnerability and a test of talent or ambition or luck. But the thing is, no one cares how many times you fall. No one remembers when you almost succeeded or tallies your mess ups. People remember when you do something remarkable, something worthy of their brainspace. You are the only one that won’t forget your failures, and that is how it should be. Because failures are just lessons, layers of knowledge and experience that build the stairs to your success—the success that you just might be remembered for.
So today, never say ‘I can’t.’