Have you ever wanted to have all your “ducks in a row” before getting started?


Have you found yourself waiting until the “right time” to begin?


Have you ever made excuses for why you can’t get started, or that it’s not the right time, or you don’t have the money?


News flash….it will never be the right time…EVER!!!


You’ll never have enough money. You’ll always find a reason why it’s not a good time to get started.  I’m here to tell you that there will never be a good time, especially when you’re stepping outside your comfort zone. It’s time to stop waiting and get started!


How can you start without it being perfect? That’s what this audio training I am offering you today is all about.

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Sometimes our goals seem so big we are paralyzed and never get started.  Just like the saying goes, “How do you eat an elephant? Take one bite at time.”

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If you took one step toward your goals every day, where do you think you’d be in 1 week, 1 month, 1 year later?  That elephant wouldn’t seem so big after all.  You would be farther ahead than if you continued trying to get things right, make it perfect, etc.


Ask yourself what your commitment is.  Ask yourself if you’re acting based on your commitment.  Are you closer than you were in January?


How badly do you want what you want?  There is a difference between interested and committed.  Are you committed?  Interested is when you think it’s a good idea. Committed is when you’ll do the hard things necessary to succeed.


What can you do today just to keep the movement going?  What can you do to start imperfectly?  Are you willing to be imperfect?


Your goals and dreams matter and there is someone that is waiting for you to step out and just get started.  I invite you to listen to an audio I recorded last summer and is so relevant today.

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What are YOU doing TODAY to take just one bite? Tell me in the comments below!