Action For Change

Results come after action.  This may seem obvious, but, if it were, a lot more would get accomplished than actually does from day to day.  Instead, we think about what we want to happen.  We talk about what we want to happen.  We complain about what has already happened and we worry about what may…

Purpose Or Patience

Being aimlessly busy is just as counterproductive as being lazily idle. In fact, it may be more so.  The problem with being aimlessly busy is that it has the potential to take us quite far off track without our ever even noticing.  The busier we are with no clear direction, the farther we go.  Without…

Worrying Hinders Progress

Worrying about the future excuses us from doing what needs to be done in this moment.  It is a distraction from the work that is in front of us.  Worrying is a means of procrastinating.  When we worry, we stay stuck. We fail to act.  Action demands optimism.  Action requires hope.  Worrying hinders our progress…

Action Over Knowledge

What we know cannot save us from who we are.  Knowledge by itself is not enough to change us.  We must take positive action in the direction of the change we seek.  Hoping that change will occur through understanding or desire alone is a fantasy. Our actions prove our sincerity and affirm our decision.