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Inertia is Just a Speed-Bump




How often have you found that getting started is the hardest part of a project?


What was yourlatest project that seemed daunting until you gotstarted and then wasmuch easier and faster than you expected?


Stepping into something new often requires overcoming inertia. And along withinertia, there is often a voice of fear coming along for the ride.


That voice of fear will always be there. Every tim...

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