What If?

Influential people have a profound impact on everyone they encounter. Yet, they achieve this only because they exert so much
I was hired by the New York Life Insurance Company and I never doubted that life insurance was a necessary product. Unfortunately, I had difficulty convincing others.
The 'What Ifs' of motherhood can boil down to instinctual anxiety about our children's safety, the drive to protect, and awareness that we can't stave off every hazard. Anxiety is often considered the enemy, something to be avoided. However, in many ways, maternal predisposition to anxiety can be seen as a positive, adaptive process.
Life can encourage or discourage us depending on the endless situations we encounter and the choices we make on a daily basis.
Please know I am not devaluing foundational knowledge or the need to teach our children rudimentary functions of grammar, math, science or other academic studies. But what I am saying is that we are completely missing the boat when it comes to encouraging students to take risks, make mistakes or explore the unknown.
Prince's surprise tour, "Hit & Run," kicks off in Louisville, Kentucky, but just ahead of the start, he released a new single
When you play "What if..." with positive statements, you give yourself an opportunity to nourish yourself in the now.
Now it's my turn to be honest. I am a recovering whatiffer. There, I said it. As someone who battled with If for good portion of my life, I can understand how discouraging it can be to see that two letter word run all over your head.