Another great insight from Tim Ferriss is to ask yourself this question:
What if this were easy?
If you have a “difficult” venture, or obstacle, or project you want to complete, and you are not sure if it is “possible”, then ask yourself that question.
If you can answer that question, then it’s not as hard as you think. If it were easy, then make it so.
We often overthink the difficulty of tasks and projects…but if you analyze it with this question, maybe you will realize it is easier than you thought. It is better to just do, and correct along the day, than overthink and not do.
1 month ago I thought that coming up with ideas to write a daily blog for 30 days straight would be impossible. But what if it were easy? If it were easy, then I would only need to write one blog post…And from there, the next 30 days became “easy” too.
“The sharpest minds often ruin their lives by overthinking the next step, while the dull win the race with eyes closed.” – Bethany Brookbank, Write like no one is reading
Good Luck with making your next step easy.