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You don’t need more opportunities. You need fewer assumptions.

What happens to the creative ideas we already have when we make fewer assumptions about how things will go wrong?

What happens to our sense of personal power when we make fewer assumptions about how disadvantaged or weak we are?

What happens to our quality of life when we make fewer assumptions about how tough the world is?

What happens to our intelligence when we make fewer assumptions about our inability to learn new things?

What happens to our relationships, when we make fewer assumptions about others?

The greatest threat to our dreams is neither a malevolent outside force nor an absence of creative ideas, but rather the self-negating effect that our own disempowering assumptions have on us.

We don’t need anything as much as we need the following: to question the assumptions that stand in the way of our already existing opportunities.

The fewer assumptions you make about what can and can’t happen, the more open to possibility you’ll be. The more open to possibility you are, the more likely it is that you’ll make interesting discoveries. The more interesting discoveries you make, the more options you’ll have.

At least that’s my two cents.

Cheers,

T.K. Coleman

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