Don't Hesitate Take That Baby Step NOW!

Moving Mountains Begins With A Baby Step

When you want to do something but you’re not sure where to start, you’ve probably heard somebody tell you “Just do it and take the first step.” Perhaps this is something you’ve heard for the longest time.

However, you may be hesitant to take the first step. You may end up losing your confidence, and therefore do nothing.

Doing Something is Better than Nothing

When you want to accomplish something, merely thinking about it is not enough. You have to do something to move forward.

Suppose you are afraid of completing a task because you don’t know how it will end up. Well, doing nothing will get you nowhere near your goals.

On the other hand, those baby steps that you can take will bring you closer to completing your accomplishments– even if it takes a long time. These baby steps will slowly add up and before you know it you have reached your goal.

Baby Steps Will Take You There

Taking one small step at a time will help you to get where you want to go. Every little move you make will point you in the right direction to achieving your ultimate goals– no matter how small it is.

The most important thing is that you do something and start somewhere. Don’t waste another moment this year take that baby step now!

2 thoughts on “Don't Hesitate Take That Baby Step NOW!

  • February 5, 2010 at 4:17 am
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    Yes I do agree with you baby steps really can get you where you want to go. In fact, I believe that once we set our mind on what we want we will be guided to reach the goal.

    Inspiration comes from within. When you perceive a “should” (think or tell yourself that you should do something), it is your subconscious mind nudging you, actually encouraging you to reach a goal. It is speaking to you, motivating you toward the desired outcome – an outcome based on previous thought. What motivates you to make your Mortgage payment? Is it the worry of losing your home that forces you to pay it? Is it an obligation to the lender or your family? You know your payment is due on the 10th of the month so, you tell yourself something like; “I should” write the check. The subconscious mind uses the word “should” to remind us of what we want – sometimes we just feel we “should” do something or get an idea that we “should”. Once you understand, the value of the word “should”– once you discover what it has done for you – you will aspire to look for future opportunities and actively listen for, “I should”!

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  • February 5, 2010 at 11:27 am
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    Hi Antonio. Thanks for all the great blog posts and podcasts. Hope you don’t mind this “baby step”, but I wanted to ask if you can check out some truly uplifting new music… You will see what I mean when you hear it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySFO-RyQeqQ

    Would love to know what you think… Thank you!!

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