What is the one thing you are going to do?
Write it down. (Bonus points if you write it on the wall with a permanent marker.)
What are your fears with that goal? Write them down.
What do you think you need to learn? Write it down.
What do you know you need to learn? Write it down.
What are the minimal tools you need to achieve it? Write it down.
How do you keep yourself accountable? Write it down.
What do you have to give up? Write it down.
What is the cost of not doing it? Write it down.
Question #1: What is the first thing you know you need to do?
Answer: The first thing is to figure out what the 5 Major Moves are to achieving your goal.
Assign smaller actions to those major moves. Here's the biggest misconception to planning your moves. That are not their own levels that have to be completed before starting the next. They can overlap.
By writing your goal down with everything you need to do to reach it will bring it into to perspective. Breaking it down into smaller milestones you know you can reach will help reduce your fears and doubts. Even if all you can come up with right now is the first two of the 5 major moves, start working.
Document the journey. Share the journey. Every single day.
By sharing you are supporting someone else to do what you are doing. Inspire by sharing.
Don't just show the good days. Show the bad days.
Explain what you learned and how you still showed up on the bad days and the good days. Even if no one is watching you today.
Do not document for the fame you can gain from social media but for the remembering where you have been and for the one person out there who needs to see your journey.