"Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do."Bruce Lee
A couple of questions for you…
How many of the things that you told yourself at the beginning of the year that you were going to do, have you followed through with so far?
How long will you wait until something you "should" do becomes something you "must" do?
What is really stopping you?
In this video, I talk about the importance of taking action.
Knowledge is only potential power.
The real, true power lies in your ability to take action on your ideas, thoughts and insights.
Because life doesn't reward you for what you know but for what you do.
You must escape the "I'll start tomorrow" trap if you truly want to make leaps and build momentum towards where and who you want to be.
Otherwise, you might just end up facing this definition of hell: the last day you have on earth, the person you became will see the person you could've become.
One question I often ask my clients and I ask of you right now is this…
Who must you become to have what you want?
If you are serious about altering the trajectory in your life, business, health or any other area, you must begin taking committed action and managing your priorities better.
To live an extraordinary life, you must be willing to give up an ordinary one.
And when you're absolutely clear on your priorities, productivity becomes infinitely easier.
Are you ready to live your extraordinary?
Because if you can't prioritise into your schedule what's most important to make your visions a reality, it's probably not that important to you.
If you're ready to step up, upgrade your environment and take massive action, you must let go of…
Waiting until the New Year
Waiting until you know 'everything' (you won't!)
Waiting until you're 100% ready
Waiting until the 'perfect' moment
Worrying what others may think
Wasting time overthinking things
Being controlled by unnecessary distractions
And all the rubbish excuses of why you can't do something.
Instead, focus on what is in your control and start taking full responsibility for where you are and where you're going.
Blog courtesy of Simon Alexander Ong
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