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If You Aren’t Screwing Up, You’re Aiming Too Low

It’s hard to grow if you don’t put yourself in situations that make you question your confidence.

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“Thank you, I really appreciate the opportunity.”

And with that, I said goodbye, hung up the phone, patted myself on the back for being the most talented person in my empty room, and then…

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Michael Thompson

Michael Thompson

Co-creator of 2 cool boys with an equally cool woman • Ideas and stories in Fast Co., Forbes, Business Insider • Free storytelling guide: https://bit.ly/3h1KZeT

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