I think I killed off a lot of opportunities by saying “I don’t know”. That’s why I want to remind you to be curious.

What you focus on you create more of.

And I want mo’ opportunities, yo.

“I don’t know is the killer of all curiosity. It’s final.

Try it, whenever you want to do something new.

Voilá, you immediately stop being curious and start overfocusing on being scared. Once there was an opportunity, but by saying “I don’t know”, you immediately shut down the possibility that it could be something for you.

Choose curiosity instead.

Instead of being scared of starting your new business, or whatever dream you have, start being curious about this new chapter in your life.

Imagine the possibilities. You might become a famous podcaster, blogger, writer, internet entrepreneur, painter…

Who knows?! The opportunities are endless.

Be open to the possibilities.

Thinking and saying “I don’t know” is a sure way of keeping the door closed and being so focused on the closed door that you don’t see the other doors.

Your story doesn’t contain an “I don’t know”, only and “I’m willing to find out.

Being curious opens the door. Why not walk through it and try it out? You can always close it and go for another door.

Adventure Awaits!



The Mangrove Concept