"What would you do if you knew you couldn't fail?"

United States
June 9, 2010 11:10pm CST
I once read a quote that said, "What would you do if you knew you couldn't fail?" What would you do? How would the world be different if everyone did these things? Would it be beneficial or harmful?
3 responses
@tomitomi (5441)
• Singapore
10 Jun 10
Hi TomoeJoy! It would be great to be of help to others to where they would like to go as well. If that could make this world a better place for all, it's wonderful!
@allamgirl (2145)
• Philippines
10 Jun 10
if everyone couldn't fail, i believe it would be a very different world out there. if i know i would be successful every time, i would find a way to change the world for the better. hey, it's worth trying, i wouldn't fail anyway, right? i would say yes to everything, like in the movie yes man. because even if turns out wrong, i could just make it right. it would make everything different. i think the world would be a better place. there are a lot of people who live their lives thinking that they are miserable because they have failed a lot. so, if everyone couldn't fail, no one would be thinking that way.
• Philippines
10 Jun 10
if i knew there's no way i would fail...heck, i will just get married! right now however, i'm so freaking scared of the idea, it's paralyzing even. if there's no way to fail at what you want to do, i think life would be less stressful and there will be a lot of happiness going around because there's no frustration.