No Time Like the Present

Action leads to results. A lot of us, myself included are guilty of spending too much time trying to perfect ideas, when we should just get going. Whether it is business, or personal goals, often it is simply better to get going and perfect your approach on the fly. Popular entrepreneur and investor, Guy Kawasaki, has has a saying “don’t worry, be crappy” which distills the theory that it is better to be in a game and learning and learning how to play well, than trying to learn about how to play a game from the sidelines. Napolean Hill also underscored the importance of action “Create a definite plan for carrying out your desire, and begin at once, whether you’re ready or not, to put it into action.”

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