You know that ancient saying, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.” Imagine this: You're starting out on a road trip. Maybe it's your first road trip, so you're going to make it easy – 150 miles - or kilometres – it doesn't matter.
You're in your car pulling onto the road, headed in the right direction.
Now quick: Tell me every curve of the road ahead, every car or truck you're going to meet, every stop you're going to make along the way.
What? You don't know? You can't see 50 miles ahead? 100 miles ahead?
Of course not.
Then why is it that when most people start a new project, they think they have to know every step they'll take before they ever start?
You don't. You only have to know two things: Your destination, and the first step in the right direction. That's all you need to get started. And just as the road keeps appearing as you continue to move forward, the next step will become obvious as you complete the present step.