colorfulprincipal.blogspot.com , you should definitely do so) I admire Ben's work a great deal and the idea that he has had the same fears that I have been facing is reassuring. It was also motivating.
This is just the beginning- but it is a beginning. Someone I greatly admire has often told me, "First you get started, then you get better." I am finding that this philosophy helps me continue on when I stall, looking for the perfect moment, or the perfect decision. There is no such perfection, but as Maya Angelou said, "When you know better, you do better." What inspires you when you stall? How do you battle self-doubt? What are you beginning?
And, George, thanks for the push!