Clarity and blogging

Thank you for the response to my question about confusion and overwhelm. I’ve decided to start a blog talking about all of my interests and relating it to money. I have so many ideas. Which brings me to my next question… I am doing the September work this month again to launch my blog. I am thinking about so many different things to do all at the same time. Like, writing and designing my brand and creating worksheets and learning about affiliate marketing and thinking about the courses I can eventually make and services I can offer and getting way ahead of myself. I haven’t even written my first post yet – I have outlined it and drafted my content upgrade.

Any feedback on these models?

C: Blogging is a thing people do
T: There are so many things I want to do right now
F: inspired urgency
A: think of all of the things I want to do, all the posts I want to write, all the things I want to learn about, think about potential outcomes for doing this, outline 1st post, draft 1st content upgrade. I don’t follow my calendared plan, I try to do more than one thing at a time. I get overwhelmed with trying to fit everything onto my calendar so that I eventually just ignore it and do whatever I think of in the moment
R: There are still lots of things I want to do (?) and I haven’t published my first article yet

C: Blogging is a thing people do
T: I am going to do one thing at a time to create this blog and business
F: steady
A: write my first post, create my first content upgrade, learn as I go when I need to, write down other ideas for later – they become a “one thing at a time” later
R: I am producing and I am a blogger and a writer