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It is important to organize, to plan, and to set priorities, but without action, a plan is nothing more than potential. Research has shown that the one thing that separates successful people from mediocre / average people more than anything else is that successful people take action. Once they set a goal, they develop a plan.

They anticipate potential hurdles or blocks that could slow them down, stand in their way, or stop them from following through consistently. They look for any weaknesses (behavior patterns, habits, self-limiting beliefs, etc.)that may exist within them that would stop them from achieving their goal.

Once they bring their weaknesses and potential hurdles to awareness, they determine which ones are within their control, then they come up with solutions for overcoming them. Once they have developed a plan, they start. They are proactive about it. They get into motion, even if they don’t start perfectly.

When you take action, you trigger all kinds of things that will inevitably carry you to success. You let those around you know that you are serious in your intention. People wake up and start paying attention. People with similar goals become aligned with you. You begin to learn things from your experience that cannot be learned from listening to others or from reading books. You begin to get feedback about how to do it better, more efficiently, and more quickly. Things that once seemed confusing begin to become clear. Things that once appeared difficult begin to be easier. You begin to attract others who will support and encourage you. All manner of good things begin to flow in your direction once you begin to take action.

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