The day before, another traveler on that same footbridge faced the same two-foot gap, but the hiker behind him pushed him toward the gap. “Hurry, we don’t have all day. Just jump,” he said. This traveler felt the push and the pressure. His fear increased and he began to back away. The hiker pushed the traveler toward the gap harder and more forcefully. The traveler panicked and backed away. He wasn’t jumping that day and no one could make him. Motivation is an invitation, not a push.