Making Words Work


Do you ask for advice when you already know the answer?  We all do at times. Instead, we should focus on taking the first step in doing what we already know. One step in the right direction is better than having one more conversation about why we aren’t doing what we know to do.

Most of us have become people who value the knack of “fooling ourselves.” 

We believe our own excuses that we continue to tell ourselves about “why” we haven’t done many of the things we hold dear to our life.

We have all fooled ourselves into believing that we are missing another piece of essential information to make us more money, more time, more resources, more information, more support and the list goes on and on.  

Do we find it?  Generally NO.  We find a ton of information but not just the right piece…so, we continue searching.

We already know the information but have not moved into action.

What do you already know? What first step can you take today?

Stop fooling yourself!  The answers are within you.  Now take the steps to get into action!

Comments on: "Are We Fooling Ourselves?" (4)

  1. Good to have friends like that, isn’t it?

  2. This is true for most of us isn’t it, I use it to bounce off an idea that I have and need a bit of confirmation to the direction I think I should be going anyway so if I happen to to be way off my friend will tell me so, and my friends have no problem telling me, ha!

  3. Thanks for your comment! We ALL need reminders.

  4. Hi, I definitely agree with you.
    I’m one of them.
    When I trying to watch movie of good example in life (most of them inspired by true events) I began to feel that while watching, I’m missing myself time to do good things in my own life. And when I read books or surfing the Internet of how to be a better person I again found myself that we actually already know that.

    All we need to do is act!

    Thank you for sharing this and remind me again.

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