Want to get something done? You have all the right intentions, but something is lacking. What is lacking is the commitment . Commitment to make it happen. You have heard the saying “… the best intentions…”. Well, those intentions mean nothing unless you commit to taking steps or action.
Since you had the thought in the first place, there is something within you that knows the change or action is needed. Why do we fight ourselves over these action steps. More than likely because it means change and accountability for our actions. We don’t want to fail. But, unless we put ourselves out there how will we know if we will fail or succeed? We don’t!
Some of the best failures have resulted in wonderful new discoveries. No one can say with accuracy how many attempts it took Edison to invent the light bulb but I can tell you it was more than two, more than ten attempts. He never saw himself as a failure and neither should you. We learn from our mistakes and grow from our failures.
“The difference between try and triumph is a little umph.”
I would like to direct you to “The Work” by Bryon Katie. http://www.thework.com/index.php There are four simple questions you can ask yourself. Answering these four questions truthfully will allow you to move forward and experience less frustrations and fear as well as the joy of unlocking your potential.