You have an idea. I mean a really good one, but you’re afraid others won’t think so. However, the most disturbing thing, is that you don’t believe it either. That’s why you’ve been sitting on those same dreams and revisiting those forever goals, which is somehow taking you forever to complete. I don’t know whether to attribute your failure to launch to laziness, no motivation or lack of drive, but at some point, you’ve got to just start. I wrote a new book almost 3 months ago (Words are weapons too! Understanding the power of words), and have been debating whether or not I was going to put it on Amazon or just distribute it myself, as I have done in the past. Due to my busy schedule, I failed to do either, but it’s only because I “didn’t have the time”. I used my job as the reason why I didn’t do what I should’ve done. Do you see how easy it is to make excuses?
Rather than do what I needed to do, I defended why I “couldn’t” do it. Am I you? Are you still “defending” your reason for not stepping out and doing something great? Or, do you still think it’s not that great? Regardless of what you’re thinking, why are you waiting to launch?
Until next time my NOTE takers!