Skillful tradespeople start as apprentices.
Experts start with very little knowledge in their eventual field of expertise.
Great entrepreneurs start with a simple idea and a lot of passion.
World class writers start with a waste paper basket full of bad writing.
Inspiring leaders start as prolific learners.
Amazing gardeners start with some dirt and some seeds.
Phenomenal speakers start as ordinary people with something to say.
Brilliant musicians start by practicing their scales.
Innovative inventors start with a problem to solve.
Men and women who change the world, start in their own neighbourhood.
Extraordinary spouses, partners and parents start with love.
Les Brown once said, “You don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great.”
You may not be considered great yet, but I just want to ask you, “Have you started?”
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