Most of us only dream at the scale of what we’ve experienced before.
It’s the learning curve that’s holding us back.
But learning curves are meant to be conquered.
Some people are born into households where learning curves are naturally conquered, and confidence is inherited. This is the advantage of princes and princesses. They were born in the palace. They grew up with the keys to the kingdom.
Actor Paul Giamatti’s father was a Yale University professor who later became president of the university and commissioner of Major League Baseball.
Lord of the Rings star Sean Astin’s mother was Patty Duke of the famous Patty Duke show.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s father was a famous movie producer. Steven Spielberg calls her “Gwinnie” and knew her as a baby.
Sofia Coppola learned how to make movies from her father, Francis Ford Coppola.
Sylvester Stallone didn’t write about an unfamiliar subject with Rocky. His mother was a women’s wrestling promoter.
I could go on and on and on…
These children grew up naturally dreaming at a much larger scale. Their parents conquered the learning curves for them.
If you weren’t born in the palace, you can still beat the learning curves. You just have to work hard.
Try new things.
Become familiar with unfamiliar subjects.
And learn new things.