How to Accomplish Big Goals Fast.
And lose the fear of getting started.
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Big things are just a tall stack of smaller, component things.
After all, a large pizza is a personal pizza if you believe in yourself.
That’s why I eat the first slice as soon as possible, so to speak.
Tackling big projects such as starting a new business, launching a podcast, or writing a book can be incredibly intimidating. It's hard to know where to begin and can be really easy to get overwhelmed with all the steps that need to be taken.
But here's the thing: once you tackle the first small step, you will already have conquered the fear of getting started.
Oh, and about the new biz, podcast, or book—these are three things I’ve done this year alone by eating the first slice as quickly as possible.
Getting started is the scariest step. And you can usually knock it out in an afternoon. Trust me.
Once you take it, you'll be surprised how much of a relief it is. Now, you can actually get to work.
For example, if you're starting a website from scratch, often the hardest part is deciding which builder to use and which template looks best. But once these decisions are made, everything else suddenly becomes much easier.
If you're starting a podcast, your first step might be deciding on a few questions to answer and booking a local studio two weeks out. Again, once these small steps are taken, everything else will fall into place more easily.
So when you feel yourself getting overwhelmed by the magnitude of a project, remember that often all it takes is one small step forward to get started.
Once you have taken that step, just keep on going. You’ll have momentum on your side now.
Eat the first slice today.
This week, I'm taking meetings in Miami, Fl.
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