They say the hardest part of doing something is getting started. I would agree. It’s been that way for me my entire life. When I was in school I always waited until the last minute to do homework or projects – and read books – I hated reading back then! When I was in corporate America (I kind of miss that place) I always waited to start my projects, write the communication, or set up the meeting. I always got things finished and delivered on time and yet I always had trouble starting.
These days I force myself to take action. It’s critical for a small business owner to do so because, quite frankly, no one else gives a damn and there is no one else to do things. It’s all on me. That isn’t to say it’s easy. Here are a few tricks to get going on whatever it is you need to start (and finish):
This year I am committed to starting and finishing what needs to be done to drive my business forward and make this writing gig a real thing (read: profitable). What are you going to start? Leave a comment so I can cheer you on to the finish line.
Corrie Ann Gray is a visionary writer, strategist, philosopher, and a damn good cookie creator. She is also known as The Renaissance Soul Writer and is the founder and director of the Clean Body Project, where she inspires individuals to live a holistically purpose-filled life.