For the last 37 days, I’ve been posting one new short article a day.
At points, I feel tired or unable to come up with anything original. So I share something I found that day or express an idea that’s been bouncing around in my head.
Some days, I feel like not publishing something. Missing a day. It would be so easy.
I’m still in the process of finding my daily rhythm and voice with this blog. But there’s one thing I know for sure: it’s a lot easier to steer a moving car than a parked one.
My best advisory clients take action. They’re doing things, allocating time and resources to their marketing, learning what’s working, and iterating on the fly.
We don’t always know which ideas will gain the most traction or which will get the best results.
But I can guarantee one thing: not taking enough action is a surefire way to not reach your goal.
I’d rather be moving and fumbling than standing still.
Because after all, you can’t move forward while standing still. And you can’t steer a parked car, either.