I love mountain biking. I love trails full of turns, roots, hills, and features meant to challenge a rider.

While riding, I’ve learned not to worry about crashing. I know that if I think about crashing too much, I ride too slow for the trails making me more likely to crash.

Teamwork is much the same. If you spend all your time worrying about what might go wrong, you’re more likely to attract those problems.

Stop worrying about what might go wrong. Instead, focus on helping the team do their best work and enjoy the ride.

That’s not to say you won’t have problems. However, I know that those problems won’t seem so big when so many other things are going right.

You’ve got this.

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