Ready, FIRE, aim

There is no point continuing to navel gaze and put too much emphasis on detailled planning. Action (any action) will create its own momentum. So get ready, (get cracking) fire and aim later.

You will soon find by engaging (we mean selling) with the market that you will get better at aiming. Without practical experience aiming is (in most cases) a academic exercise.

 

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