Refuse to Put the Brakes on Your Success

I was chatting with someone who has a habit of putting the brakes on when she is getting ready to cross the goal line. She actually finds something that could be better, doubts herself, and stops her forward movement.

I would know nothing about this (Ha! Ha! Ha!). To be honest, I know more than I care to know about that subject..

So what’s the answer? Sometimes, it’s to go ahead and (as the Silicon Valley folks say) create your MVP (or minimally viable product). When you do, you can test it, keep the best, and tweak the rest. In a sense, there is no failure – only data, course corrections, and continuous forward motion.

Pretty cool, huh!

So go out and create your MVP and build from there.

Have a great day,


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