Do, or do not. There is no try.
(Master Yoda, The Empire Strikes Back)
- We’ll try to meet tomorrow
- I’ll try to be on time
- We try to improve every day
- I’ll try not to let you down
The verb ‘to try‘ is the shield behind which we hide when we are not sure, when we don’t really feel like doing something, when we try to avoid uncertainty, when we don’t want to make a commitment.
The verb ‘to try‘ is a wild card, is the way we can walk through without burning any bridges.
Up to what point does inserting to try into the sentence affects our mood, our will, the results of our actions?
Are we doing our best when we are just trying? Or are our words leading to a path of failure?
How different do the words sound when we rule the lack of commitment, the laziness and the fear out!
- We’ll meet tomorrow
- I’ll be on time
- We improve every day
- I won’t let you down
How different do they sound when we stop trying and start doing!