Nervous Breakdown

Raise Expectations

No one is a true fan of good old fashioned public humiliation. It’s the stuff nightmares are made of. We dream about appearing at school in our underwear or trapped in an elevator naked. Graduates still with fear that they might stumbled on their way onto the stage to get their degree. Nervous energy builds up in all of us. One slight mistake can you feel like Charlie Brown—nothing goes right, good grief!—and Lord help us if we see someone try something and fail or worse, try something, fail and humiliate themselves. People will always be people. We’re bound to make mistakes, a slip up here, a tongue-tie there—as humans we will stumble, we will fall, we might fail. There is an old Yiddish proverb that says “Fall seven times, stand up eight.” Because the fact of the matter is, you’ll never never fail. The only strategy you could employ…

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