I was chatting with a chef yesterday when he started describing how well preschool-age son cooks. The kid can even roll his own sushi! The trick, the chef said, is that it doesn't even cross his son's mind that he shouldn't try cooking -- or that he wouldn't be great at it.
Isn't that cool? When is it exactly that we start doubting our ability to do things? That we block ourselves from even trying?
Let's put a stop to this! Instead of thinking why we shouldn't attempt something, let's be confident that we’ll probably be great at it.
And, hey, this isn't a bad way to start a weekend.