Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Just Get Going!

Dear Friends,

I was recently at a seminar with Mike Litman, co-author of the bestselling book Conversations with Millionaires, Mike explained that there was a six- or seven-year period in his life when he had lots of great ideas – but he never did anything about them. He never followed through on anything.

Litman said he was 27 years old and very scattered. Even his own parents, he says, had their doubts about his future.

So what finally changed his life? Litman said it was throwing out the principle of waiting until everything was perfect before taking action. Instead, he said, he began following the “You don’t have to get it right, you just have to get going” principle.

Litman said this was the beginning of a great period of personal, professional and financial growth for him, and encourages people to ask this simple question:
“What action step have I been putting off – because I’ve waited for it to be perfect – that I could start today?”

And then, of course, go do it.

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