Behind-the-scenes advice for busy solo professionals courtesy of Michael Katz, Blue Penguin Development

had a blood test.

 

The woman who took my blood was a student; I was her second patient (I asked).

After confirming that patient #1 had not died, I gave her permission to move ahead.

It took three tries and two arms (both, unfortunately, mine).

But she got it done. I have no doubt that by the end of the week, she’ll be doing these perfectly.

We all start from square one, whether it’s launching a newsletter, planning a webinar, or taking someone’s blood.

If perfect is a requirement for starting something new in your business, you’ll take a lot of courses and do a lot of rehearsing … but not get much done.