"Every day, would-be entrepreneurs let hesitation and uncertainty stop them from acting on an idea," Haden writes. "Fear of the unknown and fear of failure are what stopped me, and may be what stops you, too."
So, he argues for a grammatical twist. Had he turned "idea" into a verb, Haden says he might have acted on the many ideas he's had over the years which never materialized into anything.
"Think about a few of the ideas you've had, whether for a new business, a new career, or even just a part-time job," Haden wonders. "In retrospect, how many of your ideas could have turned out well, especially if you had given the opportunity your best effort?"
Here's the punch in the gut: "Ideas without action aren't ideas. They’re regrets."
Time for action. Read the full article here.
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