Why Our Comfort Zone Prefers We Say No
Poornima Vijayashanker
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Thanks for your article, Poornima.

It’s my experience that the only true failure in life happens when I fail to face my fears. These moments snowball into creating the longest lasting bruises. It’s hard finding out that, at a certain skill, I may not be as good as I thought I was — or want to be — but it’s gradually more liberating (if initially painful) to hold hands with the truth. That’s the starting line for great achievement and positive personal and social impact.

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