Run like a rhino.

Rhinos can run over 30 miles an hour but are unable to recognize objects at 30 feet ahead.  

Do you know what type of audacity you’d have to run 30 miles an hour without being able to see to 30 feet ahead of you?

See but a rhino doesn’t think like this.
When a rhino runs, it runs fearlessly and without looking back.
A rhino doesn’t second guess his decision based off friends, family, or a significant other.
A rhino doesn’t say, “Maybe I should learn how to swim better or learn to be giraffe instead.”
But instead, when a rhino runs, it runs with fervor and without fear.

It’s not scared of what’s coming 30 feet ahead because it knows it’s a force to be reckoned with.
The reality is that whatever is 30 feet ahead is the one that should be afraid.
Because when a rhino moves everything else needs to move out of the way.

Maybe this is why a group of Rhinos is called “Crash”.
Imagine being branded by your worst possible outcome.

Maybe instead of fearing failure we should tell it that it should fear us.
That we’re the force not to be reckoned with.  
That if failure wants to fight us, it’s going to have overcome many rounds because we’re relentless.  
We’re persistent.
And we won’t give up the fight.

Failure isn’t an enemy we’re trying to avoid.  
It’s a stepping stone to greatness.
Rhinos don’t stop running after their first crash.
Rhinos don’t stop running after their second crash.
Rhinos don’t stop running.

Why should you?

Run like a rhino.

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