Are you waiting for perfect answers?
I do that sometimes. The data has to be just right. I like as much certainty as possible before moving forward. But, when I'm not careful (or maybe it's TOO careful) the forward motion stops while waiting for perfection.
Get those answers quickly. Maybe they're right, maybe they're wrong, but all they are is a start anyway. The data will change. The direction requires some flexibility. Get moving.
The answers to your questions need not be perfect to achieve your goal.
They just need to get you moving.
Are you ready to act relentlessly on that plan to achieve your goal?
-- Douglas Brent Smith
Front Range Leadership: High performance leadership training
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