The majority of millionaires are doers. Shoot first, aim second. They’d rather take the wrong action than waste time looking for the right action.
Not because they enjoy making mistakes, but because they know something non-millionaires don’t. And that is, the perfect plan doesn’t exist. And the only way to gain confidence in what you’re doing is to execute, assess, and adjust. Right?
Only after taking action will you know, for sure, whether or not something’ll work. Whereas, yeah, you could spend the next week writing the world’s most comprehensive business plan, and feel warm and fuzzy about it; but it’s still just a guess.
Like Mike Tyson used to say: “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.”
And, in my experience, entrepreneurship throws a mean one-two combo. So it’s like, why delay the inevitable?
Plus, consider this: failing fast and cheap and often arms you with wisdom procrastinators will never have. As you learn the hard way about what doesn’t work – and you stop doing those things – and you keep trying new things… your odds of success only get better.