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Are You Qualified to Begin?

Do you have some business or personal dreams that are putting off because you think you need to know more before you move forward? Maybe you think you need another art course, or maybe you need that extra marketing course. Or, your website could be better. Or, your quilting skills need to be better to enter that show. Or, you don’t know as much as or are as skilled as someone else. Or,…

Hey, I’ve been there. I’m someone who thrives on knowledge, and I’m always searching to learn more. And, it’s a good thing, except that it can put an obstacle in my path. It’s easy to look for the next course to build my knowledge or skill level instead of taking action, albeit imperfect action. Here are some tips to move you forward:

1. Don’t wait for everything to be perfect. It never will be. There will always be more to learn. The best time to start has already passed. The next best time is now.

2. Don’t compare yourself with others. There will always be someone who is further along the path than you. And, remember there are others who not as far as you. You are only where you are and have to start from there. Any action you take at your current level moves you to the next level.

3. Commit and take a bold action. You have something to offer that no one else does. Others are waiting to start; don’t follow that path.

This reminded me of a quote from Oliver Wendell Holmes:

Many people die with their music still in them. Why is this so? Too often it is because they are always getting ready to live. Before they know it, time runs out.

So what are you waiting for? You are definitely qualified to start.

Please share your thoughts below.

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4 Responses to “Are You Qualified to Begin?”


  1. Carolyn said:

    Right on, Morna!


  2. Stephanie said:

    I agree that if you can just get started it’s really good for you because you can finally see some results. Then you can slowly implement different aspects of your business. I started with teaching, and now patterns, and etsy, and next I want to get back to my blog. Just focusing on one thing until it’s going and then implementing the next step has been really helpful for me.


  3. Morna said:

    Stephanie, Good point. It’s about building the confidence and then taking the next step. Thanks for sharing.


  4. Morna said:

    Carolyn, Thanks!

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