Opting In

Instead of fearing the hard work, opt in for it.

Afraid to make the sales call, opt in and make it happen.

Concerned about showing your art to the public?…opt in for the gallery display.

What happens with consistent opt-in is a gradual move from fear to familiarity.

That speech that frightened you is now a comfortable stage.

The writing that was difficult to sit down and do is now a familiar part of your day.

We look at roller coasters a lot differently after the ride is over than we did while standing in line to ride it.

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