Why You Should Start Now Even If You Think That You are not perfect
The beginning is the most important part of the work.
If you have a goal and you want to achieve that then you must take the first step towards achieving your goal. If you don’t take the first step, how you can go ahead?
We live in the world of dreams. Everyone has dreams. Some people want to start a business, some want to start a YouTube channel, some want to learn a new language, some want to start doing exercises, some want to quit bad habits and the list goes on. Do we do what we want to do?
Many people just keep thinking of doing great things but never do anything. I want to start a YouTube channel. I look at so many successful people out there. I watch them to learn something from their experiences.
When you have a goal- whether it’s adopting a new habit, learning a new language, starting exercise, starting a YouTube channel, or writing a new blog- it’s easy to look at people who are already successful in it and then try to copy their strategy.
Learning from successful people and creating habits based on their experiences is a perfect way to reach your desired goal. If you are trying to learn from successful people then it’s great unless you start comparing your current situation with someone already successful.
I keep watching them and then I start thinking that I’m not good enough. I start comparing my skills with theirs. I start comparing my setup with theirs. This comparison makes me feel like I’m not good enough to start or I lack the required resources to get started at all. I feel like, to take my first step, I must first get new resources, a new setup, new skills, and more knowledge. I’m procrastinating from a long time.
We have an amazing fantasy about how things should work according to our plans in life, if things don’t work this way, we give up. We shouldn’t run after perfection. We shouldn’t compare. Don’t compare yourself. Start with whatever you have. Whatever you have is enough for taking the first step. Imperfect starts are better than never starts. This first imperfect step can take you miles away and can make you to reach at your desired goal. If you don’t take the first step you will never know how far you can go? You have to take action. Don’t let your passions stay inside you. Act on them, make them your reality. Don’t procrastinate. Remember, the expert in anything was once a beginner. You have to begin. The first step is of great importance and you have to take it.
After taking your first step, you will improve in your journey. If you have already taken your first step then you can improve yourself day by day. Don’t stop, just keep doing. If it’s not perfect, it’s fine. One day it will become perfect. If you look at your previous work and think that it’s such a creepy thing then it’s the proof that you improved. Stay consistent and keep improving. Don’t stop, keep going. The world will be yours.
Do you know who is Mark Zuckerberg?
At just 24 years of age, he became the world’s youngest billionaire, and his website has now reached over 900 million active users. Perhaps most impressively of all, he achieved all of his success through a project he started in his college dorm room.
Start now means you are not procrastinating. You don’t have to wait for that one big idea or opportunity to come along. You start with what you have and create a big opportunity by taking action on lots of little ones. Don’t wait for the right time.
Start now, get perfect later.
It may be time to start something new and trust the power of a new beginning.
A journey of thousands of steps begins with a single step.
The conditions are never right, people who delay action until all factors are favorable — do nothing.
The biggest failure you can have in life is making the mistake of never trying at all.
First, never underestimate the power of inertia. Second, the power can be harnessed.
Stop wishing, start doing.
Start where you are. Start with fear.
Start with pain. Start with doubt.
Start with hands shaking.
Start with voice trembling but start.
Start and don’t stop.
Start where you are, with what you have.