Our past experiences and belief systems largely shape our view about the potential we have in our heads. The fact of the matter is even you don’t have a clue about your own potential. Just because you haven’t aced some math test in your high school or bombed the essay when you wrote your college application, it doesn’t mean you fail today as well nor does it mean that you can never improve the damn game. A lot many carry previous failures and treat them as the standard benchmarks that one can never cross in our lifetimes.
If people laughed at you when you gave your first business presentation or when you did some stand-up comedy at the local club, then it only means you couldn’t perform well at that time and you got some work to do. By no means, it is your static capability.

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