Move On To Bigger Stuff | Note 242
I always had a big grand idea.
Starting small was not an option for me. I always had a big grand idea. I could see the super-sized goal easily. But I’ll admit, I struggled to reach the finish line. I would often stay stuck at the starting line. It was like the starting gun would fire, and although I would flinch at the sound, I couldn’t get going.
I tried to do too many big things at once and became overwhelmed. Everything changed when I realized I looked at things wrong. Before I ever thought about getting a college degree, I had to first graduate from high school.
Before I ever negotiated my first talent contract, I had to learn the basics of closing a deal. Here’s a tip. It’s not a win/lose situation, but it should always be a win/win for both parties involved.
Before becoming a small business owner, I worked several corporate jobs and learned about administration, business affairs, and brand marketing.
Do you get the point? I realized I needed to start with the small things, build momentum, and move on to bigger stuff.
Think big, but start small. Starting small will make it easier for you to accomplish bite-sized goals.
The more bite-sized goals you accomplish, the better you will feel good about what you are doing. The better you feel, the more you will want to do.
The more you do, the better you will get at taking action. The more action you take, the more you’ll accomplish.
Before you know it, you will have created so many small victories you won’t think twice about moving on to bigger stuff.
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