Taking unclear action can be difficult.
Knowing what we want, but not how to make it happen.
This can be a major source of hesitation.
Perhaps even procrastination.
Stuck in a cycle of research, planning, preparing.
Eventually, we look back.
We see that our life has been passing us by.
Not being or becoming who we could have been.
When we could have spent that time figuring it out.
It would have been difficult.
But we’d still have been making progress.
Instead of waiting with nothing to show for it.
Your path might not be clear.
You might not know how to do what you want to do.
You might want to wait until you have it all figured out.
Often, the only way to figure it out is to start.
You don’t need to know the second or third steps to take the first.
All you need to get started is direction.
That may be toward something.
It may be away from something.
Assess your progress.
Adjust as you go.
You’ll make mistakes.
You’ll need to correct course.
You’ll be moving.
You’ve got this.