As in, "I haven't done that, yet." Notice the implied possibility. This is especially important when it comes to leadership.
When you allow "yet" to be part of your vocabulary, you allow new possibilities into your life; room for potential.
Just because you haven't done something doesn't mean you won't or you can't. Just because something is one way today doesn't mean it can't be something more or better tomorrow.
Learn to look for the yet. Learn to see that many things we assume are set, aren't just yet.
Be the one who says, 'not yet.'
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