“If you could go back in time and talk to your 18 year old self, what would you say?” That’s the question I asked a few people back in 2019 when I was 18. I don’t remember most of the responses, but one of them stuck with me. “Don’t be so selfish.” That answer came…
I often sabotage my future by planning for it. I let planning become a substitute for action. Some planning is essential for success, but it should never replace action. A great article on why proper planning is essential: https://jamesclear.com/implementation-intentions A great article on how planning can easily take the place of action: https://jamesclear.com/taking-action
We cannot let planning take the place of action. Planning is important, but we need to execute our plans. “Success comes not from what we think about or plan to do, but from what we actually do.” –Scott Sonenshein I found it on LinkedIn posted by: Peter Vande Hey
David C. Baker: “We gain clarity through articulation.” James Clear also talks about how he doesn’t really know what he thinks about something unless he has written about it. Journaling has made a big difference for me in gaining clarity through writing. Especially when I’m writing as a prayer to God.