It’s not about getting it perfect and it’s all about getting it going. Often times what you’ve decided to do will fail. Often times it will fail in more of a dramatic manner than anyone predicted. When it does fail you will likely have someone nearby telling you it was going to fail and to give up before you embarrass yourself again.
Some people are rubbed the wrong way because Tebow is open and honest and talks frequently about his faith and his habit of displaying unswerving optimism. In a recent press interview detailed in the publication InspireMore,Tebow was typically upbeat and optimistic and he shared this piece of wisdom which has gone viral:
“You’re always going to have critics and naysayers and people that are going to tell you that you won’t, that you can’t, that you shouldn’t. Most of those people are the people that didn’t, that wouldn’t, that couldn’t.
Criticism is a fact of life and we’re not wired to handle it well. Psychology professor Roy Baumeister says our brains need to experience five positive events to make up for the psychological effect of just one negative event.
View exactly what Tebow had to say https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGFDWxiJFcM
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