When you’re standing still, all you can see is what’s around you. To get new information, you need to move.
But many of us get paralyzed when we’re not sure what to do. We think but don’t act. And then nothing happens.
If you’re willing to take imperfect steps, eventually you’ll find what you need to succeed. No mistake is unfixable.
So when in doubt, just move.
Try something. Create a proof of concept. Put out the feelers. See what happens. Adjust your strategy. Everything can be undone or adjusted.
Having a bias for action creates momentum—and momentum creates progress.
You can harness momentum, but you can’t steer a parked car.