Believing in goals and dreams even without evidence – Lesson from the 2020 Super Bowl
Yesterday we watched the Super Bowl.
In the 4th quarter, San Fransisco was ahead.
At that time, they were projected to win by a whopping 96%.
Kansas City was given a 4% CHANCE of winning.
They could have thought:
“Well, that didn’t work out.”
“Maybe next time.”
“We weren’t good enough.”
They kept believing.
They kept acting powerfully.
They tapped into the uncomfortable feeling of courage.
Most people will fail to make their goals and dreams happen.
Because when it looks like nothing’s working, when it looks like it’s over…
They choose to stop trying or they give up.
The difference between failure and success is believing and acting on that belief.
ESPECIALLY when you have little to no evidence that you will succeed.