The wrong way to build toward an accomplishment: never start. Or to put it another way, plan yourself out of it. “I’ll get to it soon…I just need to think about it a bit more.”
I needed a bookshelf in my office. I put it off for too long. Other things took precedence, and I wasn’t quite sure how I should do it. I knew I wanted it to match my office, be practical and look good, not quite sure what wood to use, yada, yada, yada.
I was going the wrong way.
The right way is to start when you’re somewhat (not totally) confident with your plans. Just go for it. So I started the project. Now it’s finished.
That feels totally awesome.
What do you think of it?