I’m reading “Own Your Weird” by Jason Zook, and want to share this golden nugget with you. Maybe it’ll lift you up if you’re embarking on a hard quest like me (like learning computer programming, for real this time, or reducing material consumption/living minimally and realizing how much is “enough”):
“Our brains have this mystical, magical, commanding power over us. It can be incredibly difficult to challenge our own thoughts. Even if we have data from other sources, we often still can’t get past our own mental barriers.
Assumptions about starting your next business/project/whatever:
I’m amazed at how often I hear from people who are talking themselves out of being successful…[with] phrases like:
“I don’t know where to start.”
By picking up this book, you are starting. By wanting to start, you are starting. So check that one off the list right now. But you know those things aren’t enough. Eventually, you just have to put one foot in front of the other (or click a mouse one click in front of the other?). Start small, start scared, but just start.