I am trying to express the idea that I am
ready to begin
in a way that is personal and not excessively formal or stilted.
I have overused ready to begin something form. Other ways to do so can be "set to start", "ready for take the initial steps", "prepared to go", but none of these seems to work in the context.
All these following options are overly formal or informal or not as concise or emphatic.
all set to begin
set to go
prepared to take the next step
set to undertake this path
all set to start
This is an statement with which a piece ends and therefore it needs a concise and emphatic quality which pretty captures the effect of "ready to begin" phrase with different words.
....John is capable of doing so much in this project. He will make a difference in what this project ends up accomplishing. He is ready to begin.
Any suggestions to convey this?