Such a simple word with somtimes complex execution.
Go work. Go play. Go explore. Go write. Go travel. Go do. Go be.
If you go, will you do it? Will you be what you want to be? Not always. In a world of constant distraction, going doesn’t always mean doing.
But to do, you have to at least start. You must begin. You must go.
Sometimes, we don’t want to go. Or try, or start something new. But just the courage of going can lead to doing. At the very least, without starting, you can never hope to finish.
I find this concept of “going to do” to be most simply exhibited in travel. Just going can lead to adventure without even trying. Sure, you can plan and research, and sometimes that can make travel a richer experience, but travel starts with just going. And by experiencing somewhere new, you begin an adventure without even really trying. I think this is why I encourage people to travel. Explore. Get out there. Go find something you haven’t seen before, eaten before, tried before. Travel in and of itself is a growing experience full of possibilities. And that opening of your mind can lead you to be more experimental and motivated in other areas of your life.
Just go. Go and find a new adventure!