“I can’t do it.”
“This just isn’t going to work.”
When we decide how something’s going to turn out before we even try, it’s a non-starter. We’re doomed before we even begin.
But if we’re willing to consider the possibility that our mind has jumped to a conclusion that may or may not be true, there’s a chance we’ll try, which in turn means there’s a chance that we’ll succeed.
Fighting for our limitations means we get to keep them.
Questioning them enables us to let them go.