A year from now you may wish you had started today. ― Karen Lamb
That idea you have? That story, project, or a piece of art you’re constantly thinking about? Just start.
Stop planning and start doing. It’s ok if you want to have a general idea of how should the project work, but obsessing over every little detail won’t help you a bit if you don’t actually start.
The Importance of Just Starting
The single easiest thing you can do today to get over your procrastination is to start. Every single day. Start and then restart. Let go of your fear and reconnect with the future vision you want so badly.
Whatever You Do, Just Start.
Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever has. For the love of god, don’t let it kill yours too. Start and start now.
Start Before You’re Ready
Take small steps. Hell, half steps if you must. Conduct experiments. Work on projects. Act first and reflect all along the way.
When to Start
The best time to start was last year. The second best time to start is right now.
Until Next Week
What is it that you were constantly putting off? What are you starting today? Hit reply and let me know. I’m dying to hear it.