The best way to get something done is to begin it!

We can’t wait for all things in place to begin something. You will never do anything!

Here is a sane advice from “Common Craft” (about whose video I had blogged earlier)based on their experiences with the video projects. Excellent, ain’t it!

If you’re about to start something new, don’t spend weeks trying to make the first attempt perfect. Get started as quickly as possible and learn as you go. Tinker, experiment and look for the big things you can tackle as you go. Solve problems when they need to be solved and you won’t feel as overwhelmed by all the things that could be fixed.

And this is from one of the comments:

I often find that I just have to jump right in and get going with something instead of overthinking it and trying to get all my ducks in a row first. You can do all the research in the world but sooner or later you just have to get started – I think a lot of people use ‘research’ as an excuse not to start.

The moral of the story is – quit “All or Nothing” attitude and put your shoulder to the wheel!

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