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Sunday, June 20, 2010

ACTION (DOING SOMETHING)

By Joseph Akinola
Your belief, knowledge, ability, capacity, capability, energy, degree, title, personality is worthless until you have converted it into action to generate a tangible result.

Often times, the simple answer to your / that problem is: Go to work; get on it, start doing something.

David Bly says, “Striving for Success without Hard Work Is like Trying to Harvest Where You Haven’t Planted”.

Note that what you believe, know and can do doesn’t amount to very much unless it causes you to wake up from your dream and start working.

You can’t just dream yourself into what you could be, but you can act yourself into it.

Don’t forget that the only time a lazy man / person ever succeed is when he tries to do nothing.

I have learnt this about life over the years that some people do things while others sit around becoming experts on how things might be done. The world is divided into people who do things, and people who talk about things. To which group do you belong? Answer yourself sincerely.

Belong to the first group, why? Because there is far less competition there.

Don’t forget, wishing has never made a poor man wealthy.

Robert Half says, “Laziness is the secret ingredient that grows into failure. But it is only kept a secret from the person who fails.”

Rising above mediocrity never just happens; it is always a result of faith/belief combined with works.

Belief without work / action is like gold within the earth and it is of no value until it is mined out.

One individual with faith/belief and action constitutes a majority in the world of achievement. Joseph O. Akinola

Don’t forget to always realize that it is not enough to know that you know but it is very important to show (by your action) that you know.

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