[this is a summer report series repost]
We often feel as though things look like this: 360 degrees of choices. “What if I pick the wrong thing and then I’m headed in the wrong direction?”
But really, deciding where to start is the enemy of starting. The thing you pick doesn’t have to be the thing you do for the rest of your life. (Hint: it probably won’t be.) But you have no idea how the things you learn now will benefit what you end up doing in the future.
You can’t steer a parked car. Pivot as needed. Pick an option and go! Starting is progress. Indecision is the enemy.
— I’d love to know who wrote this. If you know the source please drop me a line and clue me in.