Move faster than the doubts

I hold a simple strategy:

Move faster than the doubts. 

If we can execute quickly—before we start to question and second-guess ourselves—then big things can happen.

It isn't that we move without thinking; it is simply that we don't let ourselves think in a loop.  The idea comes, we evaluate it, and if it seems like it fits in with our high values, then we go for it.

Jason Fried says that "Motivation is a perishable commodity." (Haven't we all found that to be true?)

The faster we can get from ideation to execution, the more likely it is that we will put something out there in the universe. Perfectionism, fear and insecurity chip away at ideas.  The caveat is that they need a timeline.

Don't give it to them.

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