3 ways to simplify the start and the execution of any project

Sometimes, one simple step is what separates people from their current situation and the situation they want to be. A step that is obvious but also difficult: Start. After starting, you need to keep going, and then you need to finish. But there is a difference in the three stages: Getting started requires more energy. After you start, you have the ‘inertia’ that will help you to keep going.

The world is full of good ideas, but most of them are “orphan”. Their creators don’t try hard enough or don’t find a way to execute them. They know that materializing those ideas involves a process and implies effort, and many times they don’t know how to face that process.

Starting something new requires high energy expenditure. Pushing a big rock will always be difficult, especially if we do it alone and without any tools.

When they are in front of that big rock, there are two types of people: Those who convince themselves that is very difficult to move it and give up and those who convince themselves that is very difficult to move it, but they bring a lever or other people to help with the task.

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