Despite what the experts may tell you (even me), not everything has a formula. Sometimes you just have to dive in, even when you don’t know what you’re doing.
You can have all the skills, knowledge and systems money can buy. Without the heart to jump in the pool, you’ll be a smart, talented spectator.
But, can’t you ease yourself in slowly?
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Sure you can. Just know the divers will have taken all your opportunity — the treasures lying at the ends and bottoms of the pool — by the time you carefully and systematically get there.
Im not telling you not to plan and have a process. Im telling not to make the plan and process more important than the action. It’s the biggest challenge you face on our super-informed age.
Those who can run with what they have win bigger and more often than those who need to gather it all before they jump.
The water may be cold, but you’ll get used to it.