You are quite certain you know what you should be doing. You believe that you have learned the right thing to do. You’ve done this before with great results and yet you pause for some reason.
What will it take for you to move forward, to just start? To do what you inherently know and believe you should be doing already.
Don’t let the motivation to finally move forward to be a counteraction of another’s actions. Emotionality from counteraction will frequently alter your approach. You are likely to do something outside of, or apart from what you originally knew and believed to be best. A rational starting point shouldn’t be preceded with “I’ll show them….”
Better to start with original and rational convictions with what you know and believe. Hesitation is wasteful. Counteractions are unproductive. Just start.
“Have the courage to act instead of react.” — Oliver Wendell Holmes —