I’ve been thinking a lot more about something Seth Godin wrote about on his blog the other day, and that I’ve written about before too.
We often worry so much about whether our ideas are good enough, whether what we’re about to do is going to have an impact, that we never even bother to start. We worry that whatever we do won’t be enough.
But what if you forget about trying to get over all of your fears? What if you simply conjure up the courage to start? To take one step forward at building something, at creating art, at making the world better?
That one step, it turns out, means something. In fact, it means a lot.
With that one step, it’s likely that you will inspire someone else to take a step forward themselves. You will give them the courage to start.
Your courage to take a small step creates a chain reaction of small steps. And those small steps add up to something big.