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Start before you're ready

Start before you're ready

Instead of preparing and researching, start before you feel ready.

Pick a first step and just do it. Repeat that step until you feel comfortable enough, then kick it up a notch.

When you look back, you won’t believe how much progress you’ve made.


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I'm a Deepstasher passionate about history, art and community projects.

Procrastination is such an obstacle for creative perfectionists that sometimes we could use a reminder to just do things. Stop overthinking.

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