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Part 1 – Action Trumps Intention

4 Part Series of The Psychology of Launching a New Venture 

As a seasoned entrepreneur with over two decades under my belt, I’ve ridden the entrepreneurial rollercoaster more times than I can count. And guess what? The thrill never gets old. 

Today, we’ll be unravelling the first part of a new series called The Psychology of Launching a New Venture together. Buckle up; it’s going to be an enlightening ride! 

The Power of Starting: Igniting the Spark of Creation

Launching into the world of entrepreneurship is like igniting a rocket’s engines for the first time. The moment you decide to start is when the ignition is triggered. However, there’s a crucial insight to keep in mind: becoming entangled in the webs of overplanning, overanalyzing, and perfectionism can extinguish the flames before your rocket even has a chance to ascend.

Action Trumps Intention 

Let me share a golden nugget of wisdom: action trumps intention every single time. Taking that first step is is like an athlete bursting from the starting blocks. Once in motion, the unstoppable momentum propels you forward. 

So, what’s stopping you? Shake off those doubts. Your idea isn’t just a fleeting thought; it’s like a powerful stride on the track, destined to accelerate, cover new ground, and achieve remarkable feats.

Your Idea Deserves to Breathe

Remember, the most breathtaking gardens were once just patches of dirt. Your venture, no matter how small or big it currently is, holds the potential to flourish into something beyond your wildest dreams.

Embrace the Rollercoaster 

Yes, entrepreneurship is a rollercoaster – filled with highs and lows, twists and turns. But it’s also the most exhilarating ride you’ll ever take. Embrace it, learn from it, and let it propel you towards your dreams.

Sherifah Munis is a Certified John Maxwell Team Coach, Speaker and Trainer focused on helping female professionals who desire to embark on an entrepreneurial journey to develop leadership and communication skills, so they can gain clarity of purpose and live fulfilled lives.

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