Avoiding Challenges That May Lead To Failure - Deepstash

Avoiding Challenges That May Lead To Failure

When presented with an opportunity that requires new skills or moving outside of your comfort zone, you're likely to turn it down. You're afraid to not be good enough to tackle a new learning curve and to be seen as a failure or a disappointment.

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