As Jason points out, “Action is wisdom.”
Taking any action is better than none. It can open more doors and will create opportunities that staying stuck in place never will.
You must avoid “Paralysis of analysis” at all costs. This is a form of self-sabotage that comes from over thinking, overanalyzing, and stalling until there’s enough information.
The irony is, there’s never enough information.
“Paralysis by analysis” may actually be form of “intellectual snobbery,” Jason says – a curse of higher education.
The more educated you are, the more you tend to overanalyze.
And, education that’s been procured in school may actually narrow perspectives rather than broaden them.
By saying yes more often, and thinking less, you’ll build more wealth.
Jason points out that the more walls he’s set up in the past, the less he’s profited.