Aiming for the start

Always preparing, practicing, aiming, but never actually doing. Tackling heaps of emails instead of taking on tiny productive actions that drip toward your long-term goal. 

The heart to start and the mechanics of a working process are not something you learn in school. Habits may be copped from others but discipline is self-taught. 

All hard work requires head-work, figuring out not only what’s the most important to spend your time one but also what to ignore. It’s all about continuity from there on out.

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