How To Take Action
Updated: Dec 9, 2020
This article describes some of the measures you can take to achieve your goals, plans and dreams in life.
To take premeditated action, you have to start, and those first moments are the most important part of the process, not the end result of any action.
Remember, if you don't do anything, you're letting down someone who really needs your gift. You have to look at the deeper reasons why it is important to do something in the first place and convince yourself that you cannot take the measures you need. Stand up for what you want to do, and set yourself the goal of why you believe in yourself and why it matters.
Before you take action, make sure you have defined your goals and an action plan. Once you have created a personalized plan to take action, try to find a way to track your progress and make your own decisions. Make something consciously that makes you happy, feels successful now, enjoy your time with friends, do what you love, achieve a to-do item on your list, or something that brings you to a goal. You can invest more time and energy in the things that work for you before you take action. Then you have to find ways to work on it and monitor progress so that you can find out what works for you and what doesn't.
Start with a section describing the actions you need to take to achieve your goals and add milestones you will pass through in the process. Start by thinking about how your current actions contribute to your problem, and make a list of how you will modify or replace these actions to succeed. Determine what changes you need to make and determine whether you want, need or take action.
Acting means achieving something, no matter how small it is, bringing something closer, not bringing it away or avoiding something. It may be repeated now, but acting is the only way to overcome your incapacity to act. Take 5 minutes to make a tiny action now and say it out loud if you need to.
Think about how you will feel after you have reached your goal and remember what you have achieved by achieving that goal and what is at stake if you do not achieve it.
Eventually you will learn to become active, and over time the practice will become much easier and it will be a habit. Acting starts as a good habit as you work on your goal.
Ideas are easy to talk about, but nothing is more important than taking action. All the articles about self-help in the world can't save you if you never do anything, and all the techniques and tips you know don't work because you never really tried.
In conclusion, connect to a daily action plan, setting out the intention to take a step in the morning and a reflection in the evening to analyse the conclusion of each step. If you want to plan every little detail of your activities, plan the rest in advance. Start with the first step of your plan: act and then take the second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh step.
Personally, I am a very busy person working on multiple income streams. In the beginning it was very difficult for me to manage all the tasks until I finally started writing down the items that need to be done and completing them every day.
My tasks were divided in two sections. "Important" section that needed to be completed as soon as possible and a "To Do" list which I complete when I can.
As "Important" items must be completed, I try to complete at least one or two items from a "To Do" list every day to ensure I am keeping up.
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