If you want to be a writer, don't write a book. Write a blog instead.
If you want to be a blogger don't start a blog. Write on available platforms instead.
If you want to be an entrepreneur don't quit your job. Be an emplo-preneur instead and train your entrepreneurship muscles without having to take the risk of losing everything.
If you want to be an artist don't make art. Learn how to sell art first.
If you want to be a public speaker don't give public speeches. Instead increase your confidence first.
If you want to be a poker player don't play poker. Instead read and study everything there is on poker.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that the most important thing is to break big steps down into many small steps.
To decrease the initial effort. To remove all barriers. To remove all the risk.
To be able to improve the underlying skills first is essential.
The bigger the steps we take, the more time we need to invest.
And the bigger the steps, the bigger the effort and work we need to put in. That's where a lot of people already drop out and never start anything. The effort is just way too big.
And the more work we need to put in, the more we expect.
And the more we expect, the faster we want to see success.
And the longer we have to wait for success, the more upset we will get.
Unfortunately success takes a hell lot of time so we will get very, very upset.
And the more upset we get the bigger the danger to quit.
And the bigger the danger to quit, the bigger the danger of never becoming what we truly want and have to be...
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