5 Oct

A battle we’ll face the rest of our lives: the ability to begin.

Most folks sit around talking about starting something revolutionary and soon find months, semesters or years later that they’re still having a great conversation about something they have never done.

The problem with talking about staring something is this: the more we talk about what we’re going to start, the more we believe we’re accomplishing something by talking about it.

When, in reality, we’ve done nothing.

There’s no right way to go about beginning, but begin we must.

So take your idea and start.


You’ll make mistakes, but at least you’ll be moving forward and learning how to be better.

After we begin, we must be consistent – but we’ll talk about that later.


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