If you get stuck in a snowbank while driving you have a few options. One option is to get out and dig some snow and ice out from under the tires that don’t have any traction. This can get things moving, but will take a bit of time.
Another option is to have a friend drive the car while you push. Takes less time, but requires help and some hard work.
There is still a third option. Ask yourself where you were going in the first place and if you really needed to get there so quickly. In this case, you might be able to use your time better working on something else until the snow melts enough to get you moving again.
If we reassess why we don’t have much traction in trying to get a project off the ground, we may discover that we don’t really need to get to that place all that fast after all.