As soon as we decide, we must begin. We must use what little knowledge we have and move forward. Put some of our litle knowledge immediately into action. We must not wait until we know it all. Especially as it pertains to entrepreneurship we must use what we know and let the rest be unfolded and revealed as we progress.
The analogy is simple: On a foggy night, if you can only see 100 feet in front, once we walk that 100 feet, the next 100 feet of the journey is revealed. And wanting too much knowledge will create inertia and ultimately fear to act. If I knew how hard it was to get rentoid.com up and running, I might not have started. But now I’m in and letting it reveal what needs to be done as I go. And I’m loving it.