You have probably heard this question more than once in your life.
Sometimes when we share an idea that we are excited about with others, it’s met with the above question. Maybe the idea seems like it won’t work, or maybe nothing like it has been done before. Maybe it seems out of character for you, or maybe it’s just downright crazy. Whatever the reason, other people often respond to us with –
Why Do You Want To Do That?
Although it may said with good intentions, this question ultimately serves one purpose – to dissuade you from doing whatever it is that you want to do. And it never feels good to be on the receiving end of it.
So, the next time that someone comes to you with a new idea, something that they are really excited about. Stop yourself from asking the above question, and say to them –