Practice in public
Jonas Ellison
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Great thoughts, Jonas. Lately, I keep coming across the idea that our ego can limit us in a lot of situations. If we’re worried about our personal thoughts not being as good as someone else’s or not being good enough to share at all, we’re inhibiting ourselves unnecessarily. There is no “good enough”, there’s only people who are trying.

And by trying (and sometimes failing) publicly, you can help other people who are worried about putting themselves out there. Seeing someone else unafraid to make mistakes can give us all more confidence in our attempts.

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