Why Not Me?

Why Not Me?

March 31, 2014 1:07 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Reading Inc.com I came across an article


“Success–no matter what the endeavour–is difficult to achieve. We all fail sometimes. When we do, it’s easy to feel down, and in our (however momentary) self-pity ask ourselves questions like, “Why doesn’t my boss recognize my unique talents?” “Why don’t I ever get the opportunities other people get?” “Why aren’t my friends more supportive?” “Why can’t I ever catch a break?”


In short: “Why me?”


In 2014 JCI London will ask :


“Why not me?”


Why not be those who were scared and tried anyway? Why not double or triple or quadruple what we do and what we are?.. Why not succeed where others have failed. Why can’t today’s ideas be tomorrows transformation.

Past President Simon Bucknall said there are times when “..done is better than perfect”. I’m not a believer in bravado, I’m inclined to a history of results, that sometimes belief is best sustained by results. Not that results define “possible”. Doubt is natural. none the less. we will say, “why not me.”

Because we chose to believe in ourselves


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