To feel the power of this text, place yourself in the “I” 🙂
I know what I have to do to reach my dream.
I don’t know everything, but I know the first step I need to take. I take that step and then I take the second. When I face a brick wall, I look for a way to keep going on around that wall.
The fact I know that I have to take action now is way better than all the people who are waiting for the perfect moment to take that action.
There’s no perfect moment. People will say that you had that perfect moment to justify they didn’t do anything on their own. When we take action, we don’t know if it will work ok or not.
I step up and take action!
I know I can create my dream!
I know that I can get up and do something right now!
I will not be among the spectator!
I will be among the people who take actions!
I do not procrastinate!
Talking about it will not do it.
Dreaming about it will not do it.
I have to put the action to make it real!
If I want to be good at something, I need to practice as often as I can.
If I want to know something, I need to take the time to learn it first.
“All wish to possess knowledge, but few, comparatively speaking, are willing to pay the price.” – Juvenal
For everything that I want to achieve, I’ll have to take action and be consistent.
Success is all about ‘Doing’ when others don’t.
Keep doing it until I reach it.
Nothing can stop me from achieving my goal. I will overcome all obstacle.
Are you hiding your fear behind the excuse of not knowing what you should do?
A lot of people are not going for their dream because their fear is larger than their drive to achieve it.
The “I don’t know how to do it” is among the top reason used to quit on dream.
“Trust yourself, you know more than you think you do.”
– Benjamin Spock
You have more knowledge than you think.
Your instinct is sharp. It will give you good advice.
“Work hard, use your common sense and don’t be afraid to trust your instincts.”
– Fred L. Turner
Trust yourself and always look for a way to do it better.
“Excellence is the unlimited ability to improve the quality of what you have to offer.”
– Rick Pitino