Beginning can be tough...
Getting started is often the hardest part of a project, but beginning is obviously a necessary step to finishing! James Clear refers to Newton’s First Law of Motion relating to productivity: an object in motion stays in motion. Beginning, then, sets us in motion and helps us to make progress. “Having the courage to start is more important than succeeding,” Clear says, “because the people who consistently get started are the only ones who can end up finishing anything.”
How can you make first steps easier?
Here are three ideas:
Do you have thoughts about procrastination or tips on getting started? I gave writing examples, but maybe you have some examples for other activities you can share.