Take Action Now

Take Action Now

Taking action consistently requires developing a “sense of urgency.” This is an inner drive and desire to get on with the job quickly and get it done fast. In the words of Napoleon Hill, “Don’t wait. The time will never be just right.”
Taking action and developing an inner drive is an impatience that motivates you to get going and to keep going. A sense of urgency feels very much like racing against yourself. 

With this ingrained sense of urgency, you develop a “bias for action.” You take action rather than talking continually about what you are going to do. You focus on specific steps you can take immediately. You concentrate on the things you can do right now to get the results you want and achieve the goals you desire. 

Get your day off to a great start by doing the most important thing. Focus–If you don’t remind yourself often about what you need to focus on and why you are doing it then it is easy to let days slip away or to spend too much time on less important things. Concentrate more on the how to and less on the what-ifs. If your thoughts starts spinning as you are thinking about taking action then in your mind shout: STOP! Don’t allow yourself to get stuck in the negative spiral of analysis paralysis.

Take action now!

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