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Once there was a traveler who drove his car into a ditch near a farm.
Good thing was, a farmer who saw the accident, came with his horse to help pull the car out of the ditch.
Without wasting any second, he hitched the horse up to the car and shouted, “Let’s go Bailey! We can do this. Pull!”, but the horse didn’t move.
Once again he yelled, “Let’s go Cindy! We can do this. Pull!”
But again, the horse didn’t move.
The farmer then yelled, “Let’s go Bonnie! We can do this! Pull!”
Again, nothing happened.
One last time, the farmer yelled, “Let’s go Kiko! We can do this! Pull!”
And surprisingly, this time around, the horse slowly moved and dragged the traveler’s car out of the ditch.
“Whew! Thank you…” said the traveler.
But curious as to why the farmer called his horse by four different names, he asked the farmer why…
The farmer laughed and said, “Oh Kiko is a blind old horse. If he thought he was the only one pulling, he wouldn’t even try…”
It’s a story that can’t be any more true for each and every one of us.
Following a strategy or anything worth doing really can be a lonely road.
I know it all too well.
We all have tried doing it alone.
I did… back when I didn’t have my partners yet.
The pressure. The worries. The “what if’s”.
Most of the time, you feel like you’re just running in circles.
It’s easy to go back to our old ways.
Honestly, how many times have you said “I’m going to do this tomorrow” but you never really get to it?
DON’T WORRY, YOU’RE NOT THE ONLY ONE
And sometimes, you simply just have to believe that there’s value to be acquired from other people…
…Their willingness to share and most importantly, the rare opportunity to be listened to.
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How much trial and error do you think that would save you?