What if… ? VS What could be…?

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By James Shone

Too often anxiety and fear dictates the way we approach the challenges of life. The risk assessment culture that we now live in often places ‘what if’ at the heart of every possible decision that we make. This grieves me because the excitement and challenge is often lost and my heart is to see more young people and educators offering the question of ‘what could be’ more readily. This is a more hope filled and less angst ridden approach and invites more risk, adventure and ultimate excitement.  We  must be careful not to sanitise and stifle dreams with the question ‘what if?’

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