Today, I’d like to share with you one of the best life and business motivational quotes from Dr Martin Luther King Jr.
This was me back in 2018 at Shibuya Crossing, the world’s busiest pedestrian intersection, with over 2,500 people on average cross at every turn.
I don’t know the exact steps it took me to go across the road, but I think that this is a really good metaphor for approaching life or business.
That’s because quite often, we’ve got a big goal like creating a business or creating a Facebook marketing campaign, and we don’t know how exactly we’re going to get there.
But that big goal often paralyzes us from even taking action in the first place.
So I’d like to share with you today a quote from Martin Luther King Jr, and he says…
“You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”
And the great thing about taking the first step is that you get feedback. Feedback is what you need to know if you’re on course or off course.
And I often find that you can’t sit in your room planning the ideal business or the ideal speech. You actually have to go out there and practice it, and get feedback and improve. Get off the sidelines of life and get into the game.
The second major thing that taking the first step gives you is that feeling of progress.
Nothing succeeds and gives you more inspiration than having a bit of success, and taking that first step allows you to do that.
So the next time you’ve got a big goal, no matter what it is, instead of letting that “analysis paralysis” stop you, just remember Martin Luther King’s quote, “You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”
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