A lost key is still a key!
A lost key may not be able to open any doors at the moment, but it still has the potential to do so. All it needs is to be found or found again.
The same is true of potential. We all have potential things we could be doing or achieving but are not.
Finding our lost potential is a journey, not a destination. It takes time, effort, and self-belief. But it is a journey that is well worth taking. When we find our potential, we unlock our true selves and our ability to make a difference in the world.
This may involve stepping outside of our comfort zone, trying new things, and failing forward. Failure is a part of life, and it’s how I learn and grow, but it is worth it, because once we find our potential, we can start to live our best lives.