“There’s no wrong answer.” versus “Every answer is right.”
Such a simple switch, and both mean the same thing. But the latter opens up infinite possibility. The former makes me think of how all of my answers could be wrong (even though they are not). Actually, it makes me attempt to provide what would be the least wrong answer if someone were to judge.
“There are no limits” makes me think of the limits.
“There are infinite opportunities” makes me think of the opportunities.
We present questions and statements all the time. How we present them, however, likely has a larger impact on our conversations (and life) than we may think.