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You Don’t Need To Be Great To Start…Seriously.

You Dont Need To Be Great To Start Seriously.

You Don’t Need To Be Great To Start…Seriously.

Introduction

I get it. You’re probably not feeling great about yourself right now, and I’m sorry for that. But here’s the thing: starting is your first step towards making progress on your goal. And when you start doing something, so many other things change around it–like your mindset or what resources are available to you, or which opportunities become available because of this change in mindset/resources/etc. The point is that there are so many ways we can help each other along our journey towards self-improvement and growth…if only we would just talk more openly about the process! Here is our guide on You Don’t Need To Be Great To Start…Seriously.

I’m sure you’ve seen this quote by Zig Ziglar:

You’ve probably heard the quote by Zig Ziglar: “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start being great.”

This is a great reminder that we all can do things with our lives in order for them to improve. If you’re not happy with where you are now, there’s really no reason why it can’t get better!

It’s a good quote. However, I think if you’re trying to break into the world of music or art, you do need to be great to start.

If you want to get into music or art, it’s probably a good idea to be great. Because if you’re not great, then other people who are already in the business will be able to see that and will think of your work as inferior.

If you want to start writing short stories but aren’t any good at it yet (and I don’t mean just “not very”), then maybe go out and read some books by writers who are really talented until your skills catch up with theirs! In other words: become better than them first before trying anything else.

Or maybe not! Maybe instead of thinking about what makes someone successful at something—like writing or painting—you should think about how they got started in the first place? You know there was probably some point where they stumbled upon their passion. Maybe even had an epiphany while sitting on the couch watching TV one night after dinner with friends/family members who weren’t too interested in hearing about this new hobby idea that kept popping into his head every single day since waking up earlier than usual this morning…

But we’re not talking about that here. I’m talking about life goals.

Life goals are the reasons you get out of bed in the morning. They’re what drive you to succeed, even when it feels like you’re struggling or aren’t making progress.

Life goals are important because they give your life meaning and purpose. Without them, there’s no direction for where to go or how to get there—and without some direction, we feel lost and confused about what our lives should look like as adults (or even younger people).

That said…you don’t have to be great at anything before starting on your journey toward achieving your life goals! If anything, this is an opportunity for self-reflection: What do I want my life to look like? What do I want my future self (or future selves) in 10+ years time – will they be happy? Am I being true with myself right now? Do any feelings come up when thinking about those questions yet?

What are your goals? Are they gigantic? Are they going to take years to achieve?

You can start with small goals, or even just one goal. It doesn’t have to be huge or all-encompassing. It could be something that you know you can do, something that makes your heart sing, and/or something that will make you feel good about yourself.

If your goal is big and ambitious, then great! That’s awesome! But if it isn’t—and sometimes it isn’t—then don’t worry about being perfect at first. Just focus on getting started and making progress towards the bigger picture.

Do you feel like you can’t even get started because you’re not already at the level of success that you want to be at yet?

You’ve heard it before: “You can’t just start doing something, you have to get started on your goal.”

And while this might be true in some cases (like getting started on a diet or getting started on a new business), it’s not necessarily valid when you’re talking about something as easy as “getting started” with fitness.

There are lots of great reasons why you should begin working out again. They don’t all have anything to do with how good-looking or popular or rich you are going to become if only everyone would just listen! Here are some reasons why it’s okay for anyone who wants better health and fitness:

This is the biggest reason people don’t ever get started on their goals. They feel like it’s too big for them. Or they haven’t had enough training yet. Or they don’t know “enough.” They feel like they need to get more experience before they can start doing things for themselves and others.

This is the biggest reason people don’t ever get started on their goals. They feel like it’s too big for them. Or they haven’t had enough training yet. Or they don’t know “enough.” They feel like they need to get more experience before they can start doing things for themselves and others.

But here’s the thing: if you’re not starting, then how will you ever get better? How will you improve? You can’t improve if your goal is never completed! So stop waiting around to be ready; just do something!

So when I say “You don’t need to be great to start…” what I mean is that your small accomplishments are a part of something bigger that will all add up and take you closer, day after day, towards your ultimate goal.

When I say “You don’t need to be great to start…” what I mean is that your small accomplishments are a part of something bigger that will all add up and take you closer, day after day, towards your ultimate goal. So when I say “You don’t need to be great to start,” what I really mean is that everything in life starts from somewhere small. A single step forward or even just one idea—and then it builds on itself until we reach our destination.

Just starting is your first step towards making progress on your goal. Because when you start doing something, so many other things change around it. For example, your mindset or what resources are available to you, or which opportunities become available because of this change in mindset/resources/etc.

When you start doing something, so many other things change around it. You’ll discover new resources and opportunities that are suddenly available to you because of that change in mindset/resources/etc. And then once you actually get started on your goal, it becomes easier for you to keep going. Because now most of the hard work has already been done by starting out!

Starting is the hardest part but it doesn’t have to be great either. It just needs to be something that feels real and true for who we are right now.

Conclusion

So that’s it. You don’t need to be great to start something new in your life. And even if you are already great at something, that doesn’t mean you can’t keep improving through small steps every day. Keep on doing what works for you and keep building on those successes until they become huge accomplishments! Because no matter what your goal may be (or how long it takes), starting is always the first step towards reaching a distant place–and that place will be worth all of the work we put into getting there

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