The essential thing in doing something is to get out and do it. You take the time to figure out if it’s economically possible, learn all the ins and outs of the subject, and talk to everyone involved or not. By the time you finish doing everything and ready, the opportunity has passed.

I’m not saying skip the study; learning is smart. And when you see a good opportunity, it should be something you know a bit. I am saying that don’t spend so much time getting ready and planning that you never get to do what would have brought you the goals and goods you were seeking.   

To make positive things happen, you have to learn and apply that knowledge to an active campaign as you move forward. If you fail to do so, you will find yourself walking in circles and going nowhere. When you learn, seek out the professionals in the field you need knowledge on and use the knowledge and the talents they can share with you.

Above all, remember that your work is work, whether digging a new garden or writing a book. And to gain the fruits of your labor, put that labor to good use. Those who do, win

What new labor can you produce that will get you to where you want to go?