Best predictor of future success is what has been done in the past.
It doesn’t matter how small they are. Whenever I talk to people who might start a business, I’m more interested in what they’ve done than what they’ll do.
Every time you talk about doing something, but don’t do anything, you’re not really doing anything at all.
The ratio of something to nothing is so big that it can’t be measured. Make a plan. Set smaller goals for each person in your group. Get your hands dirty.
The path may not be clear, but you will use what you learned taking that first step to build toward the next, and the next.
Results always come after you do what you have done.
Starting is the most important thing. Lay out a plan and follow it step by step, no matter how small or big each step is.
The future belongs to those who are willing to get their hands dirty.