“Sometimes the hardest part isn’t letting go but rather learning to start over.” ~ Nicole Sobon
“The hardest part is starting. Once you get that out the way, you’ll find the rest of journey much easier.” ~ Simon Sinek
If I look back at the most difficult period I went through in my journey of Safal Niveshak, it was the time when I was making the decision to start. The usual fears of quitting a well-paying job and thoughts of not being able to earn enough to feed my family were my chief concerns that led me to several pauses before I finally decided to start this journey.
As I have realized over and over again, and I am sure you would vouch for it, starting something is the hardest part of anything — of cleaning the house, getting into yoga, becoming fit, planning a trip, writing a post like this, learning meditation, building a relationship, or even investing your money.
Starting is no doubt the steepest step, the biggest hurdle, the most giant obstacle standing between where you are and what it is you want to achieve.
Now, the reason starting is often so hard is because that first step is the heaviest, the one with the most resistance. That first step requires the most effort and the most motivation to move through.
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