Have you ever stumbled upon something you started working on… and you don’t even remember starting it?

Call it getting off to a running start.

Call it getting off to a running start.

And maybe call it an important lesson too. And the lesson is this:

If you have a vision, if you have ideas, whether they qualify as “big” or not, then start taking notes and making plans. Get them out of your head and onto paper (or a digital file), so you can see evidence of your progress and refer back to how your ideas started, in their raw and original form.

That vision, your vision, might be blurry right now but sometimes the very act of this kind of pre-preparation can help make the clouds part and clarity shine through.

What do you think?

More on this tomorrow.

And start writing!