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Three Forms of Action to Take. Which One is Right for Me?

Action Action Action! We hear this everywhere. But what is the right action to take? Because some hold you back, while others may give you ulcers. I am here to help you understand the difference between all this action we are supposed to take.





First, ask yourself. Where are you along your journey? Has your life fallen apart, and you find yourself way behind and everything cluttering up within your life? Have you barely gotten things under control in your life? Are things under control and you are just not sure how to move?

These are questions you need to ask yourself within your own journey.

Where are you?!


Let's break this down together.


Massive Action Holy shit, my life has completely fallen apart! I have fallen so far behind. I may as well be some homeless person because I see no way out of this.


Calm down. Please.

You need to take Massive Action. I know this sounds intimidating. Because it is. You may be asking yourself. Where do I even start? Ya, well... That is a good question to ask yourself. You and only you need to break this process down. I don't know where you're at within your journey, and how far you have fallen. But you do. So stay away from people for a bit and start taking personal notes. Here are some bullet points on how to identify what or where to start.

  • What is your number one priority?

  • What One thing will help me advance?

  • Where do I spend the most time procrastinating?

  • What scares me the most? (be honest with yourself)

  • Big domino. If I did this one thing, it would knock down many other stresses.


Compound Effect Action


I got my shit barely together. But I keep falling behind when I focus on advancing. Ok. You! You need to slow down. Here are some bullet points to keep you on track.

  • Maintain what you have already done

  • Continue to maintain what you have done

  • Add one thing every 3 weeks

  • Go back to maintaining what you have already done

  • I really can't stress about maintaining.


Go at Your Own Pace Action


Alright, here is where life starts to become really good for you. Because you have maintained everything and added something new every approximately three weeks. So you have continued to advance forward along with your journey and not stay stagnant.

Bullet points to advance at your own pace.

  • You identified who you are

  • Slow down massively

  • Focus on the very few

  • Keep that momentum

  • Keep calm, and stay within Joy.

You got this. Don't let people push you in a direction that stresses you out. Focus on you at all times. Trust me, you will get through this. But focus inward. You already know what you need to do, so listen to that inner voice.


"Perform your obligatory duty, because action is indeed better than inaction."

- Lord Krishna


"Persistence guarantees that results are inevitable."

- Yogananda


"Just because you are embarrassed to admit that you're still living the consequences of bad decisions 5, 10, or 20 years ago shouldn't stop you from making good decisions now. If you let pride stop you, you will hate life 5, 10, and 20 years from now for the same reasons."''

- Tim Ferriss


"80% of the results come from 20% of the effort and time." - Tim Ferriss


"I'm prepared to do battle for a dream that is worth dreaming."

- Tim Ferriss


"What would this look like if it were easy?"

- Tim Ferriss


"I never worry about action, but only about inaction."

- Winston Churchill


"Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential."

- Winston Churchill


"Pressure can make you or break you. Remember, there is a process taking place, and everything has a purpose. The only difference between a piece of black coal and a priceless diamond is the pressure it has endured. Hang in there and you will shine brighter than you've ever dreamed possible. I am strong... Now!"

- Ruben Mata

Motivational Song:

The Greatest

by SIA



Author:

With love and joy, Mr. Michael Adams

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