Thanks Steve that was a great article. It's really one of those things that's completely evident, yet so easy to forget.
If I look at the last few weeks of my own life, I can definitely see that the stuff I talk about with others is seeing way more progress than other parts. Those are also the parts I'm most clear about. I'm sure that being more clear about your goals makes it easier to broadcast them (and take action on in general), but the opposite might also be true, that taking action on your unclear goals will make them clearer and allow you to effortlessly shift your actions as you know what you want better.
However society seems to make a big deal of failure. If you try out something because it seems interesting, only to figure out it's not really where your heart is, you have failed somehow. Even if exploring that lead you to your true desires. And even though the actual cost of this 'failure' is quite low, and could even be considered a profit instead of a cost, we tend to make this into a big deal. I can see this behavior clearly in many older people using computers, they're so afraid to push the wrong button that they are simply stuck, instead of exploring their options.
And even though I know all this, I simply don't feel ready. I've basically been sitting at my computer and sleeping since the start of November, feeling depressed. That changed this week though and now I've finally gotten some momentum. I just need to remind myself to keep it going. Baby steps are okay, as long as they are pointed the right way. So maybe I do feel ready. I'm not sure, but at least I'm feeling something. Which is quite an improvement since I suppressed my emotions before.
I think I wrote this post for me more than for any of you, but I'll still hit submit. This is about broadcasting after all.