Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Clubs but Were Afraid to Ask

October 26, 2021


 If you are considering joining some sort of sports team or organization, you may be feeling a little like you are on a “no” list. This may be because you've been thinking about joining, or it may be because you don’t think it's right for you. If you’re ready to move on to the next stage of your life, you may want to be a more confident person.

I've seen this question asked and answered before, but if you've been considering joining a club or league, it seems like you’ve probably been thinking about it for a while because it's been a thing in your mind. I think people usually come to the realization they don't have what it takes to join clubs/leagues after they ask a few friends.

What I think is the problem is people think they are ready when they aren't.

And it's not only clubs that think this because they've been told by their parents to be a certain way so that's who they will be.

Thats what I mean the people think if they ever have a problem and they don't have the answer, they get defensive. Clubs and leagues can be very intimidating, but if a lot of people ask each other these common questions about joining a club or league, then it's almost like a group of people is conspiring to create a club or league that they don't even understand what is going on. This is why I say people are scared of asking questions.

I was talking with a friend of mine earlier about how we were all a bit scared of asking questions because we would have to lie to people.

This is why I say people are scared of asking questions. Most people when they are in a group think that they know what is going on, but because of the nature of the question, it can be the exact question that scares them.

Yes, as a club or league, you will have to be very open to other clubs/leagues/societies, but the biggest issue I see is that people will ask a question that they have no clue about what the answer is, and that leaves them with a lot of open-ended questions that they have no clue about.

I agree with this statement. People are afraid of open-ended questions. That may make them think that they don't have to ask a question, but they don't have to. They are also scared of asking questions because they don't know how they can ask the question that they want to ask, or what the consequences of not asking the question would be.


I feel that this is a very real fear. 

A lot of people are afraid to ask a question because they have no idea what the answer is. So the question, “What do you do?” is like an unanswerable question. It is also a very open-ended question because it leaves the person with no way to determine how to answer the question.

When I ask, “What do you do?”, I’m not necessarily asking, “What do you do to achieve your goal?”. I am asking, “What do you do when you are not in a situation where you can answer the question with an answer?”. I feel that this is a very real fear.

The question is, What do you do? 

and a simple answer is, I play video games. I think I have a question that is a bit more open-ended, but I am not sure if I have one. I think that I do ask myself and my question sometimes when I am trying to figure out where I am at in real life.

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