Starting Slow is Better Than Never Starting At All

Sometimes we give up before even taking a chance.

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Start slow when you think of a new idea. If you want to learn to play the piano, practice once a week. If you want to lose weight, go for a walk a couple of times a week. If you want to write a book, try writing two pages a week.

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Full-time IT Project Analyst, all the time husband, and Dad to both a son and two cats. I like to write.

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Paul Alvarez

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Full-time IT Project Analyst, all the time husband, and Dad to both a son and two cats. I like to write.

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