Last summer, a 15-year-old freshman saved his money and bought a remote-control airplane kit, which was very expensive. It required him to build it by carefully placing and gluing in hundreds of pieces of the plane.
After he completed the assembly of this large-scale plane, (about 3 ft. wing-span), he spent weeks customizing it with paint and adjusting all the moving parts. He worked on this plane every night and weekend for weeks until he finally finished it.
All that was left to do was to take it out and see if it would actually fly, but to do that, he’d have to put it in the air. That made him nervous so he thought about it for a while until he made a decision. You see, if it went up, it could go down and with all the work invested he had to think it through.