I've been interested in MM since I first learned about it last fall. I've studied, bought software, too many WSOs; some better than others, lol.
I've tried to get something going with it, but fear always knocks me down. I don't know why.
If you haven't seen it yet, you should watch the movie "We Bought a Zoo." I'm not going to get into the premise, but one theme that runs throughout is courage. 20 seconds of courage to be exact. All you need is 20 seconds of courage.
I sat and looked at the phone, set it down and walked away several times. Then I reminded myself, 20 seconds - just 20 seconds. I made the call, set the appointment, and went.
Long story longer, something amazing happened. I landed a client. My first client. My son's school to be exact. They want to launch a text message program to more effectively communicate with the families of students. Then came the real fun - we've partnered on a mobile marketing fundraising program (similar to one mentioned on these walls - thank you for the inspiration!)
So, I started out terrified to pick up the phone, and ended up being told that my ideas were "innovative" and being called a "rock star."
Don't give up, believe that if you're doing something for the right reasons, it will work out. I have A LOT of work ahead of me, and I'm excited to be on this path now.
I know other warriors are like me, afraid to fail, afraid to succeed, who knows - afraid to take action.
But taking action is key - stop planning, stop dreaming about it, stop wondering, and find out!