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So I have money. I have business ideas. But when it comes time to execute on the elaborate plan I have written, covered all of the bases, etc - I come up with some excuse as to why I shouldn't do it. Perhaps I need a partner, maybe I think it won't work. Maybe it won't be as profitable as first thought. I get cold feet when I go to pull the trigger... How do I get over it and grow some balls?

Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will. By not acting on your plan, you're not only holding yourself back from your goal(s), but you are also robbing yourself of an extremely valuable education. The kind of education that you will only get in the trenches.

I don't know anything about your business ideas and what kind of money is at stake, but if you truly believe in yourself and the vision you've created ... there's only one thing to do.

When you say "pull the trigger", what kind of action item(s) are you attempting to take before you get cold feet? Whatever the answer is to this question, it's also the answer to your question: "How do I get over it?" You simply push through the part that held you back last. As Nike would say, just do it.


Answered 7 years ago

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