Golfers who hit their ball off the fairway into the rough or beyond often start searching for it further away than it fell.
Golfers are wishful thinkers.
And they’re stubborn.
They keep looking for their ball in the spot that is way beyond where it actually landed.
That’s why you’ll often see them only resort to walking back to keep searching.
Everywhere else, why do we assume that whatever we’ve done is quite good enough – didn’t advance as far as we like?
What helps us the next time is how high or far we are willing to aim this time.
Optimism begins when pessimism is eliminated from our lives.
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