Being resolute doesn’t mean being in a hurry.
Your journey has obstacles that you need resources to get over, through or around and you might not have all the resources to hand or available. Some time to gather them may be unavoidable.
Your ability to act will face constraints. Some that you’ve chosen – needing to support a partner, perhaps – and some that you haven’t. These constraints can’t be ignored to suit any particular time frame; they must be worked within or re-shaped.
An unrealistic deadline almost guarantees undesirable outcomes. Ask TSB.
Assess your goals and resources, weigh up the constraints and act accordingly. If you’re resolute, you can afford patience.