WDG. "Woolly Doable Goal". What a lovely phrase, courtesy of John Willshire at Smithery. A great way, I think, to remind ourselves that getting going is easier than we think. Just set yourself a 'woollly doable goal'. I have a few of these phrases myself, from 'start before you are ready', which occasionally graces this website as a byline, to 'start anywhere' (from "Everything's an Offer").
'Start before you are ready' is an invitation to action. It reminds me that we can act ourselves into a new way of thinking, just as well as we can think ourselves into a new way of acting. This maxim encourages me to pay attention to what is happening as events unfold, to be present and attentive to what actually happens, rather than what I imagine might happen.