“Just hop over that rock and rappel down.”
From my position near the top of Mount Washington (elevation 7,794 ft (2,376 m)), “that rock” blocked my view of its other side. I was incapable of leaping into nothingness. It wasn’t fear of the 400 foot drop; I simply couldn’t let go and blindly jump.
Every day, business authors, bloggers, and corporate leaders encourage us to “leap into the void,” “take risks,” and generally terrify ourselves into bold action. Read More