Sometimes, taking a considerable risk can be intimidating and may not be the best way to go about your work.
People use the phrase, “Take the plunge.” Let’s make the case for wading in instead of plunging. Simply start small and finish what you begin. When you commit to wading, you can build momentum, doing bigger and better things each time. Taking a small step forward is better than doing nothing at all. And it’s better than taking the plunge but failing or quitting. Take the plunge into wading and begin to make progress.
You don’t have to take the plunge. Start small, make progress, and build momentum.