You will never be absolutely and totally ready or ultimately preparation. In most cases, just started, so build your courage and take the plunge! Commitment. Once you have decided to do, engage in carrying out the task. It’s a good idea to get your feet wet by completing the smaller steps of action related to the task in order to “test the waters” without spending all your effort and energy at a time. In any case, start small and see what works.
Course corrections when necessary, and remain focused and committed to completing the task, to overcome the main challenge or maximizing the opportunity. Conviction. Cultivating a passion and zeal for the task. No doubt or waver in their faith and confidence that you can succeed. Sure, they make mistakes and encounter problems along the way, but must be satisfied and have complete assurance that you can jump over these obstacles to achieve the objective. Every day, you embark on a journey into the unknown and experience what appears to be a life lived in 24 hours. Do not be afraid to get your feet wet. His first efforts may not be perfect, but you have to start somewhere. Use the wisdom gained from his experience to strengthen their character and competence, and prepare for future trips.