Take the Risk.
The analytical mind often serves as our evidence and reasoning for not moving effectively forward. It can be a cleverly veiled form of self-sabotage for those who consider themselves to be "thinkers."
Research and preparation can be helpful tools--make no mistake! When you ultimately bet on assumptions, however, why is the immediate inclination to invest in the negative outcome? The world's greatest achievers have been (and always will be) risk-takers. They walk in faith with a knowing that supersedes any tribal logic or statistical analysis. They do not rely on the "good opinion" of other people.
As you begin a new day, think in terms of how you may be holding your self back. What is it that you are NOT doing because of fear, uncertainty or the need to do more research? What is the worst thing that could happen if you began to move aggressively forward?
Success or sabotage? Every choice is aligned with one or the other. Be clear of your choices and decide what best serves you at this moment.
Is this going to be an incredible day? Do not wait for the day to decide--get out there and make it so!