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The First Step You Take

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The most important step in life is the first step. If you can take the first step, you have conquered your fears. The first step gets us going. It gives us more opportunities. It gives us courage to face what is in front of us.

Know this: “If you don’t have the courage to take the first step, you won’t have the courage to take the second one.”

“Chance is the first step you take, luck is what comes afterward.”– Amy Tan

It does not matter what you want to do with yourself. If you want to go to school to learn a new skill, take the first step. If you want to open your own small business, don’t wait, take the first step. If you want to be a world renowned writer, right the first page. The first BAD page.

“Chance is the first step

you take,

luck is what comes afterward.”-

Amy Tan

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“You get better by doing something, not by running away from it.

Once you take the first bold step, your fears will disappear. You will be confident to take more steps. You will be happy to do more things. The first step is a motivator. But if you are scared to take the first step, you will never leave where you are. So to leave where you are, you must take the first step.

What Makes You Better

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“Failure happens all the time. It happens everyday in practice. What makes you better is how you react to it.”– Mia Hamm

It is okay to fail. If you are not failing, you are not trying. When you fail at something, accept it, and learn from it. If you want to try something new, something that you have never done before in your life, you are not going to do very well at it. But if you don’t give up, you will get better at it.

How you react to failure will make all the difference in your life. If you have the courage to learn from your failure, not criticizing yourself, that is what will make you better than your ego.

“Failure happens all the time. It happens everyday in practice.

What makes you better is how you react to it.”-

Mia Hamm

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