Stretching without support
One of the fundamental equations of our self-narrative is: If I only had more support, I could accomplish even more.
Part of this is true. With more education, a stronger foundation, better cultural expectations, each of us is likely to contribute even more, to level up, to make a difference.
The part that's not true: "If only."
It turns out that every day, some people shatter our expectations. They build more than they have any right to, show up despite a lack of lucky breaks or a cheering section. Every day, some people stretch further.
You might not be able to do much about the support, but you can definitely do something about the stretching. It's under your control, not someone else's.
And practicing helps.
[Sunday is the last day to sign up for the summer session of the altMBA. We are only running two sessions through the rest of the year, and we'd love it if you would consider joining us in our quest to help people like you contribute more than they thought possible.
We do this by giving you a safe space to stretch.
We do this by raising expectations at the same time we give you access to tools and to a group of fellow travelers eager to make a difference.
We can't possibly give you all the support you need (no one can). But we can help you imagine the stretch.]