Do you focus mainly on possibilities or on limitations?
We need people who focus on limitations so that we can determine how to overcome them or avoid frustrating our efforts.
We need people who focus on possibilities because the answers are out there, we just need to find them. There are always better ways to communicate. There are always better solutions. There are always new ways to bring joy and to reduce suffering. These are all in the possibilities that we develop.
I'd much rather talk about possibilities than limitations.
Often, by expanding possibilities we overcome what we had perceived to be as limitations.
We can get creative. We can patiently pursue perfection without judging our imperfections.
Possibilities are our future.
Without thinking critically of those who think critically, I like the expanded (and expanding) view.
What's your view?
-- Doug Smith