Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. This is when there is an array of different choices in front of you but somehow struck by what to do next. You can suggest to yourself what could be possible whether looking at the parameters or for whether it is the right direction. It’s hard to know how far something can go or if it’s only a fleeting waste of time.
As all these ideas formulate in your mind, what are you to do?
First of all, start where you are. You have to anchor your starting point. If you are on a boat on running waters, you are likely to drift off to some other realm of possibilities. While one could be full of ideas, while unbalanced and moving could make a lost of control. Hence start somewhere with a good starting point.
Second, use what you have. Be within reach. You don’t have to stray to far from your starting point. There could be a dozen ways to make something a possibility, however this can move your mind to again the infinite spectrum more than what you have. What’s in front of you, not far from you or off in some no man’s land?
Third, do what you can. In life’s possibilities, you have to do what you can from where you are and what you have. There are a lot of times you are given a chance to fulfill yourself. And time and time again, you are given another chance to uphold your vision. Though to surpass expectations of life’s possibilities, you have to do what you can through and through.
Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can. – Arthur Ashe