Stop Stewing, Start Doing

Sometimes, you’ll hit a snag. It might seem insurmountable when you weigh up your options. Or you might not have hit a snag, it’s just that you haven’t started yet. You’re agonizing about all the ways you might do what you’re supposed to do. You might be looking for hacks to make it easier.

You will realize that, more often than not, it’s easier than you thought. The real learning happens when you start, and you realize that most of your worries were a real waste of your time. That hack that took you hours to find, the same hack you couldn’t find, was not worth it.

When you stop stewing and start doing, work gets done, bit by bit. The progress will look slow, but when you look back after a while, you’ll be surprised how far you came.

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