The rules say….
You can’t take the fifth grade math class if you are in third grade.
You can’t get the job that requires 5 years of experience while you only have 3. Or without a résumé.
You can’t be a professional marketer without a couple of years of experience in a fancy, big company.
You can’t start it if you don’t have the experience.
You can’t pack your stuff and leave.
You can’t [fill it with whatever that’s stopping you]
The list goes on and on. And in every one of them I did what I wasn’t supposed to.
Because I couldn’t, I did it.
Challenging the status quo is uncomfortable, but when you do it once, you can do it again.
You can do more than you think. You actually can do what you can’t.
“If you can’t solve a problem, it’s because you’re playing by the rules” — Paul Arden