Career & Business

Why It’s Smart to Start Small and/or Sucky

July 15, 2014

Hi! I'm Marie

You have gifts to share with the world and my job is to help you get them out there.

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Do you ever stop yourself from starting a new project because when you think about people you admire you say, “I don’t think I could ever be as good as they are…”

Or maybe you’re a stickler for perfection and want things to turn out **just right** otherwise, what’s the point?

Whether it’s starting a new career, writing a book or expressing your art, the fear of initially sucking at something holds many of us back from expressing our highest potential. Fear keeps us silent and stuck.

But what if the key to unleashing our courage and using our talents to change the world means giving ourselves permission to start small and sucky?

Kind of like I did in my first cringeworthy workshop. Click play to see what I mean!

Now, I’d love to know. Is there something you’re stopping yourself from doing because you’re not willing to be anything less than perfect?

Or, have you done something as cringeworthy as my first workshop that got your momentum going?

Leave a comment and let me know. And definitely share as much detail as you can because your story may be exactly what someone else needs to find the courage to get going.

Remember, whether you dream of being a musician, entrepreneur, activist, writer, parent or anything else, don’t forget that the world needs that special gift that only you have.

Thank you so much for watching, sharing and contributing to the conversation.

It’s a true joy to witness such a smart and kind gathering of amazing people from every corner of the world.

With all my love,


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