The project you wanted to start—but didn’t.
The feeling is pulling at you, isn’t it.
There’s a pressure to begin, but you don’t know how.
Familiar with the feeling?
It’s the feeling of a blank page you hesitate to fill up because you worry about imperfections.
You might be tempted to stop before you even begin. It’s easier this way.
But everyone who’s faced a dreaded blank page knows that the secret to overcoming a blank is to start with the smallest step forward.
It’s not to write an entire essay, or a paragraph, or even a sentence. The smallest step forward would be to jot down a note. Something incomplete, rough, and workable.