Successful people make it a habit to start before they feel ready. They know the more time there is between an idea’s conception and its execution, the more likely it is to stall, fail, or die.
Besides, you’ll never feel ready when you’re working on something you’ve never done before, something that makes you stretch. That’s because you’re simultaneously being pulled in one direction by excitement and pushed in the other by fear. So, it’s no wonder you feel uncertain and unqualified.
I’m not suggesting that you be reckless. You should do some amount of prep work. But then, instead of balking, bet on yourself.
Getting it done is better than being perfect. There’s a wonderful payoff for moving an idea into action at the fastest possible speed: You bring more of yourself to the surface...