I give The Quick Start Challenge 2018 by Dean Holland and Craig Crawford all the credit where credit is due. You see, the thing is, I have spent the last 18 months learning and developing my online knowledge without putting it to use in a way that monetized my knowledge. I realized the other day, with Dean’s help that I suffer from perfectionism and have spend all my time trying to avoid making errors and worrying about mistakes. This has held me back and has resulted in having spent huge amounts of time learning all I can and getting nowhere slowly.

Hearing Dean’s story in the first week of The Quick Start Challenge 2018 which covers Six Figure Foundations truly kicked me into gear and made me take action when I realized through his story there is no success without mistakes and moving forward taking action and applying what you know is the only way to grow, develop and succeed. Even the worst mistakes have a better chance of success then not taking action at all.

With that said this first humble blog post is a result of what I heard Dean say and the courage it gave me to take action and start moving forward with all the mistakes and errors no longer a concern, I feel free to achieve what I set out to achieve 18 months ago.

I look forward to the next 5 weeks of The Quick Start Challenge 2018 and to making the progress that is so long overdue.

Thank you, Dean Holland and Craig Crawford.



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