We all get stuck sometimes. We want to do something but for some reason we don’t act on it.
So instead, we dance around it. We procrastinate. We ponder. We ask a few people what they think.
Their positive assurances gives us some relief from the tension. It feels like progress has been made.
But then nothing happens. The idea fades away. We lose interest, and tomorrow it’s something else.
Repeat the process all over again.
What’s really happening?
Fear is happening. Whether you call it that or not, that’s what it is.
And we all experience it—especially with the ideas most dear to our hearts. Which is all the more reason we shouldn’t give into it.
If you want to see if an idea will work, take the smallest possible step.
You don’t know if something will work—or even if you’ll like it—unless you try. Take the smallest possible step.