You can either do something, or not do something. Don’t “try.” Be sure of your ability to succeed.
15 Credibility-Killing Phrases to Banish from Your Vocabulary
Larry Kim

But sometimes you don’t know a new skill. You have to give it a shot to know if you can or you can’t. And learning new things to succeed is as important as sharpening your strengths.

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