Apple a Week: Just Do It.

Posted by on Oct 15, 2012 in An Apple a Week, Blog | 0 comments

Apple a Week: Just Do It.

Failing to implement, procrastinating, or hesitating are all common components of failure. It is dangerous to not get a move on something. Yes, I understand that you need to research things and that you need to make sure that you know what you are doing before you launch into something. Preparation is one thing, but using it as an excuse to put off is another thing altogether!

Sometimes you need to just take a deep breath and take the metaphorical plunge. Just try it sometime, gather just enough information that you have a general grasp of the concept and implement it. You’ll find that most of the time you’ll learn it faster when you have to think on your feet and you’ll find that you’ll implement a lot more changes when you aren’t sitting around trying to become an expert on a new concept. The idea of becoming and expert prior to implementing something is bunk anyway, how can you become an expert without having the experience of doing?

Sure, some changes might not work but everyone that does grows their business and grows themselves within their business. Even the ones that fail to take off the way you had hoped or envisioned will still teach you and make your future approaches and attempts better and more effective. That will be a whole lot more valuable than time spent reading about something or, worse yet, money spent on books for good ideas that go unread.

So what are you waiting for? What changes have you considered to your business but not implement? Go out and do it, right now. Let me know how it worked for you and what you learned.

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