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  1. I’ve definitely observed this in my own life – just getting started, working toward implementation, even if I’m not quite sure even how to make it happen – is the best way to get things moving. Things pan out. Skills are gained, abilities honed, experience broadened.

    Eventually the “training wheels” can be taken off and true knowledge gained from experience begins to sprout and grow, until one day we, too, will be the wise ladies that we looked to in our youth. I think this idea can apply to just about any obstacle or path. It can be a little scary at first (or really, really fun!), but gets easier with practice and the maturity of experience.

    Taking time to survey the landscape, thought, prayer, and planning, then taking the proverbial “leap of faith” and just digging in and getting started. That is absolutely how it is done.

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