If you set big goals, you probably spend a considerable amount of time worrying:
- If others think the idea is good enough
- If someone else would do it better than you
- If anyone will support it, or invest in it
- If you will be judged, ridiculed or humiliated if you try to attain it
This is normal.
Instead of worrying about what others think, in my experience, the fundamental difference between success and failure in reaching goals is:
Believing in the idea yourself.
In this 3 minute video, I say why.
See the latest on Adam Baker and team’s film progress: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cranktank/im-fine-thanks
See Antrese Wood’s audacious goal to paint her way through all the provinces in Argentina. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/antrese/a-portrait-of-argentina-landscapes-and-portraits (She has a big goal and 12 days to hit her funding goal. If you believe in it like she does and I do, support the project! Every dime helps.