Life will always reward the person who is prepared to action towards their goals.
This is the missing step so often discussed and written about by motivational speakers and writers, the integral link in the chain of achievement and success and the one step that many try to avoid.
We often label our inability to take action as laziness, procrastination, and disorganisation but in essence it comes down to four words…. fear!
Have you ever faced a huge task only to be paralysed by total inertia, where you felt totally overwhelmed? Your body trembled with mere thought of doing anything that would bring you closer to your goal and more often than not you walked away from the promise of a better life.
Each time you walked away from something that held great personal value for you it created an imprint on your mind, a record of a past failure that for some prevents from ever taking another shot at living the life of their dreams.
This often creates a pattern of inertia that seeps into almost every area of your life that drains you of the very essence of life and very quickly turns into regret and unhappiness.
Life is a sequence of steps that you take one at a time, it always has been and it always will be. If you try to comprehend the entire experience all in one go you may become overwhelmed with the sheer magnitude of your task.
When the goal seems too large, simply focus your attention on the next step and then the next. For every step you take, for every action completed you will experience a result and those results will accumulate until you arrive at your destination.
This is all that's required to achieve whatever you desire in life, just do it, take action by moving forward with one step and once you've done it take another.
It's that simple!
T. D. McKenzie is the creator of The Mckenzie Mastery Process. Discover The Secret Word That Allows You To Erase Any Limiting Belief Permanently From Your Mind Within 90 Seconds. . . Even If It's Been A Part of Your Life Since You Were 5 Years Old! http://www.mckenziemasteryprocess.com