It’s as good as done.

I’ve been comparing models on different goals that I have. Some goals I feel like I hardly even think about, but if I had to pinpoint a thought about them, my thought is “it’s as good as done.” And I totally know that it is. Other goals, I feel like I spend so much time thinking about and ruminating and convincing myself to believe that I can accomplish them. So I know that these models are not aligned.

My thought was to start thinking “it’s as good as done” on the goals that I do struggle to believe in. But if I use this thought – “it’s as good as done,” I worry that I’m actually just skipping over my doubts instead of working through them? Any thoughts? I’m totally bored with the thoughts of not believing in myself and I kind of want to just drop the thoughts altogether.