• Allison Garner

One Chance

A colleague of mine really wants to have a powerful conversation with a high level government official. She finally got the courage to reach out to her community and ask for an introduction, which she received. While she is elated at the chance to speak to this person, she is suffering from not knowing exactly what to say. As if she only had ONE chance to prove she could do it. This resonated with me, because I too assume that I have only ONE chance to make an impression. It's also a handy way to avoid doing all the things I dream of doing. I can push it off until I feel I have my message articulated just right. What would happen if we instead assumed we have many chances to make lots of impressions?

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