Tiny ways to start

As I work with students pursuing ideas, the hardest part for them is finding a tiny way to start. What sets apart those who start projects and those who do not, are the choice of what it means to start. Those who make progress pick a tiny way to begin and then they gain momentum from there.

Others who never begin do lots of research, delay the hard part and end up leaving perfectly good work unpublished.

It might not be perfect, but we want to see your work. Dig through your drafts and show us the true story. Taking action is the only way.