Take a Step

“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase. Just take the first step.” Martin Luther King Jr.

 

The beginning of anything is always the hardest part.

New beginnings and starting off doesn’t always take off smoothly. Whether you are starting a new venture, a new education, a new job, a new vocation, or a new business, it takes a gradual process to get steady in it.

Whether you are starting to exercise your writing skills (Blogging),  or starting to use your creative imagination to craft poetry, or to write a love song, it takes a gradual process to master the art of writing. And it takes a gradual process to navigate and understand WordPress tutorials and courses as a Newbie.

Whether you are beginning to learn how to drive a car, a tractor, or a bus, it takes a gradual process to get steady on the steering.

Whether you are learning a new language or a new culture, it takes a gradual process to understand the new environment and settle into the new culture.

Even when you start using a new laundry machine, there is a tendency that you will not understand the functions at a glance, it takes a gradual process to get used to it.

What’s this whole rambling all about this morning?

All I am saying is that:

It takes a gradual process to get steady in any new process.

It takes time to master the art.

It takes a while to get settled in any new beginning.

Give yourself some time to get used to the status-quo. Give yourself some time to become comfortable in the new order.

Always remember that there must be a starting point if anything meaningful must be achieved. So don’t let fear inhibit you.

Begin that process now!

Dare to start!

 

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