I used to be an all or nothing believer. I know this because all or nothing is still my natural tendency. It is so difficult for me to just do a little at a time. I still can't get my head around it most of the time, but I do know and have experienced that a little at a time creates a stronger presence. The analogy of water on rock is really helpful for me. I remember mentioning this analogy in discussions with colleagues and friends years ago. Last year, I wrote this motto and it has stuck with me ever since: "An avalanche of water won't make an impression. A consistent drop of water will...create everyday."
I think many of us believe that we need to move a mountain in order to make a statement. We spend so much time thinking how or when this might happen that we don't start. I was talking to a close friend yesterday and these words came out of my mouth: "...just start even though you have no idea what you are starting".
Follow your energy (some may call this intuition) without having any idea where the energy is heading. Do a little bit. Find some help. Do a little bit more. Get comfortable with this. Keep doing this over and over again. Sooner or later, you will have found, you will have moved a mountain.