Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg’s hacker motto is, “Move fast and break things.”
LinkedIn CEO, Reid Hoffman says, “If you aren’t embarrassed by the first version of your product, you shipped too late.”
My friend, a highly sought after coach says, “Take massive imperfect action and improve as you move.”
Avoid The Fatal Mistake…
Having created some far less-than-perfect products, and just launched the ninth version of wallstreetteach.com, I firmly grasp the power of getting moving.
If you are doing something new, just get started, get moving, take action.
It is inevitable you will make mistakes, but you will avoid the most fatal mistake.
The number one reason most people fail to get what they want is they never get started.
Endlessly thinking about the things that they want to do, they fail to just do it.
Keep Doing It Till You Get What You Want
Like Nike has proven, there is enormous power in just doing it.
When you just do it, you get moving.
And when you get moving, you build momentum.
And when you build momentum, you feel empowered.
And when you feel empowered, you keep taking action.
And when you keep taking action, it is inevitable that you are moving closer to what you want.