Walk your talk.
You can talk about what you want to do, so much, that you develop an imaginary belief you have actually achieved your dream. To live your commitments, you must understand that “talking” isn’t “doing”.
If you don’t know how to do what you want to do, then take the time to learn more about it, but at the end of the day, you are the dependent variable in making something happen or not. Remember, there is no such thing as being totally “ready”. There is always a risk, so you must commit and put yourself in a situation where you have to make it work.
There is one way to succeed. Do what you say. Talking is cheap. Any type of stalling takes a dream and shrinks it into a mere “thought”. Excuses are dream-stealers that appear to have good intentions. So, walk your talk.