I am a person of action. I understand that nothing changes until I change my behavior and take consistent action.
I avoid the belief that knowledge alone can change my life. New knowledge only gives me the potential to behave in a new way. I learn as much as I can, but I use that knowledge to take action and move toward my goals.
I have a plan for each day. My days are productive, but I avoid being overly aggressive. Consistent action is more productive in the long term. Consistent action fuels progress.
I figure that taking action is the key to creating an amazing life. It works for me!
I view myself as a person of action. In fact, I rate my day based on the actions I take. I ask myself, “How much did I do? How effective were those actions?”
Taking effective actions can accomplish anything.
I am a fan of progress. I can feel great about a hard day as long as I made at least a small amount of progress.
Today, I am putting action over learning and planning. I am taking the actions I know I should be taking. I am taking control over my actions and my life.
- What have I done today that will make my life better a month or more in the future?
- Do I prefer to learn, plan, and daydream over actually taking steps to make my life better? If so, how well has that worked for me?
- What can I do each day this week that will make my life better in the future?