• Caitlin Knox

What scares you the most? Why?

This is an interesting question to ponder, and I encourage you to do just that. I think a lot of people might say failure, or financial ruin. I can see that and can admit that is a fear that I have also shared. But I think the thing that scares me the MOST is the fear of missed opportunities. When you make a decision, strategic or reactive- you don’t always know how it will pan out. You roll the dice, double down, and keep it moving. But, what about the option you didn’t choose. Those alternative-universe-type decisions are what scare me. The What If game is a slippery slope into unsubstantiated regret. That’s a tough one to keep at bay.

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