Step 1: Making a plan.Step 2: Executing the planLet’s face it, making a plan is the beginning, but without follow through, who cares? Blogger James Clear contrasts the difference in planning and taking action like this: “If I outline 20 ideas for articles I want to write, that’s motion. If I actually write and publish an article, that’s action.”It’s in the action that we can often become riddled with fears and, without pushing forward, adjusting the sails as needed, those fears feel real because there’s no evidence to disprove them as the monsters we’ve made them to be.Calling in a partner who understood the vital activation energy that is unleashed by doing is the energy behind this item on my love list. Something that was important enough to warrant a plan deserves an investment of time and energy.