Beginning is tough
Let’s face it, beginning anything is the toughest part, and of course this applies when you initially set goals. Setting goals is the very first part of being successful in life; however, the next phase of the success process is setting up detailed plans to achieve these goals in a set time frame. But now my friend comes the really difficult but vitally important part, and that is actually getting started on the first goal. Yes indeed, as the title of this article simply and succinctly puts it, beginning is tough. Yes, indeed it is, and yet it’s absolutely vital to any project. In other words, you can’t expect to finish the race if you don’t ever start – no you can’t.
There are a whole lot of people spread throughout this great big world of ours who have some wonderful goals set for themselves, and yet they will never be successful simply because they are shying away from taking the first step, and that is to begin the project. Yes indeed, as that well known saying puts it, the journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step. Yes, indeed it does, for if you don’t take that first step, there’s no way of finally arriving at your destination.
So, are there a couple of tools so to speak which a person could use to assist them in beginning the task, and taking that first step? Well yes indeed there are, and the first would be to use your imagination to clearly see yourself in your “mind’s eye” actually arriving at your destination, achieving the goal and thus getting really excited about where you ultimately intend to be in the very near future. Next of course is to use self-discipline to make yourself spring into action and thus take the very first step.
Yes indeed, as today’s title simply puts it, beginning is tough. Yes, it is. But you must begin if you wish to finally finish the task at hand and thus achieve the goal and become successful. Yes, my friend, if you wish to reach the proverbial success city, there’s no doubt about it whatsoever, you need to set out on your journey without any further delays, like today, actually now, and you will achieve your goals.
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