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If you try to do something, it can be… well… trying!

When I read or hear interviews with people who succeed at things, I rarely hear them say that they did it because they tried. Trying is fraught with failure. It’s also a get-out clause or a consolation prize, as in “Oh well, at least I tried”.

Never try! It’s hard work and bound to fail. Just do it. Doing leads to a result. Whatever it is, it’s a start.

(Inspired by Ellen. Thanks Ellen)

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