It is magnificent to know that if you take action now you can be successful and learn some things in the process. The philosophy behind the “take action now” idea is that in order to get something done, to succeed at the plan you have set for yourself, you must take action and take that action now. There is no profit to be gained from planning act, planning to act and planning to act unless eventually you put some action to the plans. Without action, without putting in some actual work, plans are not worth a while lot.
No matter how grand and wonderful your plans, no matter how well researched or how likely they are to succeed, you will never succeed until you take action, and take action now. More »
I am a big believer in the idea of TAN aka Take Action Now. Good things in life happen when we go from planning and dreaming to taking action now. Some people are self motivated and can take action now all on their own by the sheer force of their own will. Other people take action now best when they have the peer pressure of an accountability group behind them. Of course, there are still others who are a combination of the two. For the past year, I have been TANning with accountability groups and it has been a good thing and I have learned a great deal. More »
It is magnificent to suck it up and move so that you can stop refusing to take action now. It is a well-known fact that in order to succeed at any venture there comes a point in time where one must spring into action in the face of fear. It is a good thing to set goals, make plans and dream the big dreams. These are activities that we all engage in and should engage in from time to time. However, we must go from planning and dreaming to actually doing. To reach our goals, we must take action now.
There is always an excuse, reason or justification for not taking action. There are always impossible deadlines, family obligations, financial burdens and the like. But in order to succeed, you must find a way to suck it up and take action now.
Let’s examine some of these common excuses and find some common sense ways to work around them. More »