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All too often in work – just as in life – when presented with new opportunities or career changes, we ask ourselves:
What if I fail?
What if I can’t do it?
What if I’m not successful?
When a new career opportunity knocks at your door – whether you were looking for it or not or whether you wanted it or not – ask yourself instead:
What if I kick $ss and take names?
What if I actually redefine how it’s done?
What if I’m wildly successful?!
It’s an entirely different way of thinking that will not only result in a better feeling of change and career opportunity – but also likely a much better outcome in the decision.