Riffing and moving on from the brief Pink Floyd reference of the other day:
You say the hill's too steep to climb? Climb it.
You say you're not sure where to start? Get started.
You say you don't know what to do? Do something.
They say the road is blocked? Drive it.
They say the economy's too tough? Go for it.
They say it's been tried before? Try it.
They say it can't be done? Do it.
Of course you're anxious. Of course you're scared. Every new venture, every step outside of your comfort zone, causes a little anxiety. A now-familiar motivational quote sums it up: It's all right to have butterflies in your stomach. Just get them to fly in formation.
We all get butterflies when we attempt something worth doing, something we believe in. The beautiful part is that when it works – and it will! – the butterflies don't actually fly in formation, military-style.
The butterflies dance.