It’s easy to get caught up in deep analysis of our plans to change our lives. It’s also easy to not realize how we are often paralyzed by the over-analysis, and how much time this action-stalling thought process steals from us.
Avoid paralysis by analysis. Don’t get too caught up in the analysis of your plan. Just have a specific intent, a specific destination, and start moving. Adjustments can be made along the way. Making changes in your life is like driving a stick-shift car; the hardest part is to get the initial gear and begin motion. After that, life is more forgiving for adjustments. So, determine the direction and get moving!
© Steve Maraboli