Supposing we were to explore this in our daily lives: there is no possibility of failure. (I’m going to write this blog post with this in mind!)
Try imagining no possibility of failing with what you plan to do in the next ten minutes – not about biggies like your career or being a parent.
Supposing you need to feed the cat, go for a jog, or get in the shower? Something ordinary that you typically do without much thought.
…Well of course I’m not going to fail when I feed the cat! But do you subtly berate yourself for not feeding her/him earlier, for not being able (or choosing) to buy more “nutritious” (and probably expensive) cat food?
…And the shower, I mean how can you fail when you take a shower? Do you really wash behind your ears, or just get it over with, thinking about other things? If you’re in California, do you use too much wate...