“The way get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”
Every journey begins with a single step and some kind of planning. We can get "analysis paralysis" in our planning efforts and begin later than we would like. It has been said that the enemy of good is great, and this can be true when you are faced with a huge problem or project. The best advice is to do a gap analysis and begin your journey as soon as it is safe to do so.
"Analysis Paralysis" is when a decision maker takes too much time making a decision, and the result is inaction and stagnation. Many smart people are snared by this phenonmenon and end up over thinking their plans. Action is forward momentun, and is required to accomplish anything. Sometimes, our intelligence gets in the way of action. This is the time to silence our inner resistance to action, and take action.
Nike's famous "Just do it" slogan is a great method for accomplishing life goals. A huge problem or journey requires you to break off a small step and then take action. If you find yourself lost in "analysis paralysis", take a minute to define your first step. Action required may be simple- turn on your computer, submit your application, take the time to call a business contact, etc. As Nike says "Just do it".
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