We don't know where to start, so we put it off and before long, we forget about it, relegating it to the realm of impossible or something that wouldn't have worked anyway.
Natalie Sisson, of the Suitcase Entrepreneur, says that procrastination can be the result of a fear of failure...or a fear of success, if you can believe it.
Perfection becomes the enemy of progress; it leads to procrastination, and in some cases, inaction.
Today's work focuses on strategies for moving beyond that panicked state of inaction. These strategies revolve around small, daily actions you can take to move closer to your own freedom plan or big, scary goal, whatever it may be.
Imperfect action is better than no action.
For me, one imperfect action I can take is committing to write every day. It need not be published, but it needs to be written.
I can commit to my 15,000 steps every day.
I can commit to my personal development every day.
Finishing does not mean it's perfect. Finished means I kept a commitment to myself.
I'm worth it, and so are you.
What about you? What imperfect action can you take today?
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