8. Create New Projects

Adding work to complete your book.

On a recent school break, my son Dylan decided it was time to ride his bike without training wheels. He was eager to reach his goal and passionate in his pursuit of success, but it took a few tries and a few failures. On several occasions, he had to be rescued—we pulled him out of a hedge where he had landed face-first, nursed some bumps after he bounced off a rock, and bandaged a cut that resulted from his knocking a landscape light out of the ground. Sure, there were tears, first-aid spray, and even a little blood, but we encouraged him and he persevered. By the end of the week, he was riding his two-wheeler like a pro. Like Dylan, most of us master riding a bicycle at some point, and ...

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