I hear people say "that's too small for me to do" or "I don't want to start there" not realizing that the some of the largest things have started small. You can start RIGHT NOW with what you have. This is the last month in the year, NO MORE EXCUSES.
I want to know what have you started lately? 👇🏾

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This was the perfect message. I really needed to hear this today. Thank you for sharing!

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I totally agree with this. At first, I thought dreaming big means starting big. But well, I'm wrong.

This should be the mindset. You don't start big and expect the result to be big right away. Every small step counts. However, when you start to plan, remember to start the execution right after.

This is great advice for people starting out. Changing our perspective and habits goes a long way in achieving success. Thank you for sharing this!

Yes I love this so much. You have to start small and work your way up. Anything worth while takes time,t hats for sure.

Start networking is the best advice you can receive in any field. Knowing the right people and having people skills is underrated. When people are fond of you, they are more likely to work with you. Sound advice.

Totally agree - I think so much of our potential is diluted by fear and doubt. The smallest steps are the biggest ones. you got this everyone!

I recently pitched to my boss about trying for a promotion so that's what I'ce been working on recently. It's been long overdue if I'm being honest. This was the perfect message, OP. Wish me luck!

I needed this so much! Have been really anxious about making a risky move lately and I really have to say this reached me at the perfect time. Start small! Success is not a big step in the future, success is a small step taken right now!

This mindset has gotten me through a lot of career and life complications. I live by this everyday and things have gotten prettt manageable since the day I found this quote about starting small and the importance of small steps.

I completely agree. As someone who used to always be afraid of anything new and taking risks, this mantra has helped me with my career. Starting something will always be the hardest step.

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